Two big shareholders of Apple Inc. are concerned that the entrancing qualities of the iPhone have fostered a public health crisis that could hurt children — and the company as well.
The behind-the-scenes story of why Apple received a letter from 2 huge investors about child safety features
Last week, Apple was the target of an interesting PR situation in which everyone involved walked away winners.
Speaking in the U.K. today about Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum, CEO Tim Cook briefly addressed the topic of iPhone addiction,
With young children increasingly playing for hours on end with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, this might grow to be a problem for them as well.
$8.15 billion. That’s the amount global investors staked in edtech companies in the first 10 months of 2017.
Psychologists are quickly learning how dangerous smartphones can be for teenage brains.
Social media was a big part of Mr Bryan Tan’s life. He would check his Facebook News Feed every day to get updates about his friends.
Finally, the “Grand Slam of the Asia-Pacific” has a new Asian hero to idolise.
We always stress the importance of limiting screen time for kids here at SmartParenting.com.ph.
Let’s play a game: The next time you’re sitting among a group of friends or out on a date, measure how much time passes before someone grabs their phone to look at it.