Technology can be helpful, but sometimes we create bad habits like bad password management and checking our phone too often. What is your worst tech habit?
This is definitely something that every parent grapples with. Should children be exposed to technology at an early age?
Do you feel safe with Facebook having your financial information? Do you trust your bank to share your data with a third party?
A recent poll by Nielsen revealed that adults in the United States now watch six hours per day collectively on video. What about you?
We have taken leaps and bounds with the technology of facial recognition. We’re asking, “how far is too far with facial recognition?”
A recent study shows a connection between wealth and iPhone usage. Is your smartphone a symbol of your wealth?
We’ve heard so many different things regarding when 5G will be available as a service and when it will be available on our devices. When do you think?
Some are bothered by social media ads and others are taxed. Are you willing to pay for access to social media?
We want to know if our technologically-minded readers feel the same as a recent study. Would you allow a robot to take charge of your house?
Having begun in the European Union, should GDPR be implemented worldwide?
When you lose your Wi-Fi connection, it can see like your right arm was cut off.
Will using smartphone at night affect your sleep? Let us know what you think.
There are plenty of devices and technology that we’re thankful were invented. But what about the opposite?
While having a variety of apps is great, it can be a hassle when they send product recommendations. We asked our writers, “Are you bothered by product recommendations for your installed apps?”
The Redstone 5 update for Windows 10 contains the ability to sync your clipboard data to the cloud. We asked our writers, “How do you feel about syncing your clipboard to the cloud?”
While Gmail’s new smart features sound really great, they can also be an intrusion. With Gmail implementing more smart features, will you still stick with it?
No matter what OS you run on your mobile devices and your desktop/laptop, it seems at some point they’re starting to merge a little, specifically with apps.
There’s been a lot of talk recently about the possibility of Facebook offering a premium ad-free version. We asked our writers, “Would you pay to use social media ad-free?”
There is still continued interest in Facebook and how it is using our data and the ethicality of it. It appears that it doesn’t even matter if you’re a Facebook user. They still have access to your data.
All you have to do is turn on children’s programming and see how they are being targeted with ads. Should YouTube be allowed to target kids with ads?