The Internet has enabled more ways for kids to hurt and to be hurt. Did you know that 88% of social media-using teens say they have seen someone be mean or cruel to another person on a social network site and over half of adolescents and teens have been bullied online? ((iSafe Foundation)
Interests are a key indicator of personality traits and outside the world of cyberspace, interests help people interact and find common ground.
Introducing a new type of advertising, now popping up on your Android device everywhere: madware. Madware, a new type of mobile device adware, is unknowingly installed by users who download free apps infected with it.
It's that time of year. Time to make resolutions. This year, resolve to protect your child (more).
Parents are concerned that their child can access pornography or other unsuitable Internet content on the home PC, laptop, smartphone, and/or tablet. This includes downloading malicious apps or using inappropriate apps.
It seems like these days, there's an app for everything. There are even apps that allow you to send text messages without having a cell phone plan.
Are all mobile apps safe for kids to download and use? The answer is no. The good news is that there are plenty of child-friendly apps today for elementary school kids to teens. Unfortunately, the challenge is finding apps that are truly child-friendly.
In times past, parents have pacified unhappy or tired children by giving them a toy or game (or a pacifier).
The concept is alive and well today, but something has changed. With the rise of tablets and smartphones, parents are starting to use them to pacify a restless child.