Most of us have our heads down, looking at our electronic devices way more often than we realize, and the impact on the spine can be scary.
They will be mounted in three places so they can capture the students, the driver and the side door.
In addition to using emoji’s, teens are constantly coming up with new ways to communicate by using key words.
Today’s children are spending an average of nearly seven hours a day looking at some kind of screen.
The best headphones out there can cost hundreds of dollars, but the price paid should not be your hearing.
Experts say distracted walking is a growing problem around the globe, as people of all ages become more dependent on electronic devices for …
When you’re shopping for a TV, privacy is probably not your first concern. It’s the picture quality and the price.
Your smart phone can do it all, and if you’re using the right apps, it may even save you some money.
The new phone may come with features like Apple Pay and the company’s fastest processor, which have previously been offered only on versions…
The Homeland Security Department on Thursday formally began sharing details of new digital threats with private business and other governmen…
Raymond Tomlinson, the inventor of modern email and a technological leader, died Saturday.
The tech industry is starting to line up with Apple in its fight against the federal government over the encryption it uses to keep iPhones …
In just a matter of weeks, there have been several cases of predators targeting teenagers through KIK.
The app allows a person to create a message board for an entire school where students can comment or post images anonymously.
Julian Castro, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, sat and talked with students today at Stratford Stem Magnet High School.
The field of coding, also called IT, is growing quickly and there is a national push to teach coding in high school.
Mattel’s popular new “Hello Barbie” doll uses Wi-Fi and speech recognition technology to interact with a child.
All versions of Internet Explorer below IE 11 will stop receiving security and other updates after January 12.
Internet users of the Yik Yak social media app popular among college students aren’t nearly as anonymous as they believe.
A user must type in the apps correct passcode to access the apps secret function, which is to hide pictures and videos.