Are your parents watching your every move? Here are a few ways parents use their cell phones to snoop on their kids.
California recently released new cell phone guidelines for healthier cell phone use.
I use my phone to find directions, figure out where to eat, or call a car. So why can’t I use my iPhone when I’m feeling down too?
Most smartphones today have a built in microphone and recording function (example: iPhone’s voice memo), and can be used in a pinch to conduct interviews and gather sound. Here are a few tips for using your phone effectively as a recorder.
Automakers have set up shop in Silicon Valley and are looking to the digital world as a way to lure younger drivers. Car companies are looking outside their industry to learn how make cars an extension of all the services Millennials already love.
It’s not just cars that Millennials question owning. Nearly any possession you can think of stopped being an “of course” and became a “hmmmm” for Millennials.
Want to know what kind of pictures young people are really sharing on Snapchat? Just ask them.
A couple months ago, my friend told me about a new photo sharing app called Snapchat. I downloaded it, added my friend, and soon I got a notification that I had received my first Snapchat. I opened it up, and saw my friend, Shae, giving me the McKayla Maroney “not impressed” look. Then the photo vanished.