Technology itself isn’t dangerous. It's the unhealthy relationships that we form with them that create negative consequences.
It's natural to want to block apps on your child's phone. Here's why you shouldn't.
For today's parents, most of our children are growing up digital. And, we probably need digital help like parent apps to monitor our child's smart device use.
If you think that your conversations are being recorded by your phone, you aren't alone. Unfortunately for conspiracy theorists, this is unlikely the case.
Sometimes we look at our children like they're digital prisoners - eyes, mind, and hands chained to their tiny screens. But screen time isn't all that bad, it's our relationship with the screens that matter.
What’s the most beautiful childhood memory etched in your mind, even after all these years of living as an adult?
In this digital age, children explore smart devices right from a young age. For better or worse, smartphones and tablets are becoming more ubiquitous as tools to keep kids engaged during their free time.
This technological era has witnessed a tremendous increase in the number of mobile applications – there are an astounding 5.8 million apps in the App
The dreaded time has come - your children are starting to clamour for smartphones of their own. Read on to find out 3 important factors to note when making a decision on which smartphone to get for your child.
For a lot of parental control features like remote locking, blocking apps and more to exist in Apple’s iOS, app makers use MDM to make this possible, and have been using it for years.