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Grounding teens from social media doesn’t do much – and could hurt them, study finds

Teens forced off of social media lose more than social interaction, research shows. Photo / 123RF It all used to be so simple: Break the rules, get grounded and be forbidden from hanging out with your friends. These days, of course, social media makes anywhere a teen hangout, and parents looking to ground their kids might choose to cut off ... Read More »

No Gathering Social Media Handles from Chinese Visitors

EFF has joined a coalition effort, led by Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ), to oppose the federal government’s proposal to scrutinize the social media activities of Chinese visitors. Specifically, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) seeks to ask certain visa applicants from China to disclose the existence of their social media accounts and the identifiers or handles associated with those ... Read More »

Tread Your Path from Cyber Ignorance to Cyber Awareness with Cyware

Data breaches, internet frauds and scams are not new to us. In the current era, every now and then we hear about such news and feel digital life is not at all safe. As it continues, instead of taking suitable steps to mitigate cyberattacks, common people often blame antivirus security features. One should understand that no software can keep a ... Read More »

Everyone Benefits From the Public Good

The term public good refers to an entity that can be utilized by an individual or society as a whole without reducing the availability of the entity for another person. A true public good cannot be excluded from anyone and is often called non-excludable. Examples of entities in the public good are water and sewer, municipal parks, and police departments. ... Read More »

Wearable tech market far from worn out

Despite recent questions over whether wearable tech has had its day, one analyst has forecast that smartwatch sales will double over the next four years. Smartwatch shipments will grow from 43 million in 2017 to 86 million in 2021, according to CCS Insight, which also noted that there is “currently an air of cautious optimism” among manufacturers in this space. ... Read More »

What You Can Learn From Your Agency’s Social Media Feed

Whether we like to admit it or not, most of us put a lot of thought into what we share publicly. We have our own ‘content strategies’, sharing different content themes to different platforms. We are curators. As marketers, we’ve often left the curation up to our agency partners. They curate the latest consumer trends, insights, and best creative ideas. ... Read More »

How to Stream and Mirror Content and Videos From a PC to a Chromecast

HIGHLIGHTS Using a PC, you can stream videos from many sites to a Chromecast You can also mirror browser tabs, for sites that don’t support casting Airflow is our favourite PC app for streaming local videos One of our favourite gadgets to have around the house is the Google Chromecast – the little dongle is affordable, and really useful if ... Read More »

Change From the Stereotype Gym Sessions toa More Beneficial Alternative

So, when was the last time you went to measure your weight? If you have the tendency of being overweight and want to shed a few kilos, then it is important to either start exercising or looking for an alternative that would provide the same results as going to the gym. And, truth is, there are several health products in ... Read More »

New Smartphone from LG, Cloud Management Services from Staples Make Small Biz Headlines

If you want to run a mobile business, you need mobile specific tools like a smartphone and a cloud management platform. This week, small businesses got a few new options. First, Verizon called a new LG smartphone perfect for content creators. And Staples launched a new cloud management and records storage solution. You can read about these new services along ... Read More »

Social media’s hot new trend is actually from the ’90s

Houseparty MORE ON: APPS Women hate d–k pics as much as men like sending them De Blasio using tax money to fund app tracking his campaign promises Now the whole world is one big Pinterest board Your smartphone apps might be secretly leaking your info Remember when you’d fall asleep while instant messaging your friends into the early hours of ... Read More »