Younger adults more comfortable with social media were more likely than older adults to say it’s OK to update your status while with friends.
You may find it surprising that a growing number of babies under the age of 1 swipe away on the smartphones and tablets. That’s according to a new pediatric survey a the Einstein Healthcare Network.
It’s time to toss that handwritten shopping list that you keep crumpled in your purse or pocket.
Medina, who describes herself as a citizen journalist, began broadcasting the images live to the Web from her phone for four minutes, until a police officer came over.
We all know texting while driving is risky business, and now, technology once reserved for the cockpit is making its way onto the dashboard.
A Greenwich mother has created a series of workbooks to help children develop social skills, believing they are becoming too wrapped up in technology and missing out on face-to-face interaction.
We rely on our smartphones for just about everything. But just like a computer, they can be easily hacked.
The companies have agreed to provide a free preloaded or downloadable anti-theft tool on smartphones sold in the U.S. after July 2015.
John Hoffman, the state’s acting acting general, said Monday that about 1.5 million crashes over the past decade have been caused by distracted drivers, resulting in 1,600 deaths.
An upstate congressman has joined New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman a call to require require smartphone makers to install “kill switches” on phones to render them useless if stolen.
There are a lot of products that claim to do a thorough cleaning, CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reported. But do they really work?
Experts recommend a 15-minute vison break every couple of hours of up-close work to lessen the chances of developing nearsightedness. And if all else fails, there’s always glasses.
Tablets and smartphones have found their way into a growing number of tiny hands, according to a new study.
A leading group of pediatricians says parents need to know that unrestricted use of smartphones and social media could have serious consequences for their kids.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said the smartphone manufacturers must take swifter action against what he’s called an “epidemic” of thefts.