School principals from across the nation said they're overwhelmed by the dangers of sexting and the developmental, legal and technological aspects of a phenomenon that's moving far faster than their ability to keep up.
By Benjamin Herold, Education Week
Users’ right to repair – or to pay others to fix – objects they own is in jeopardy, writes mechanical and aerospace engineer Sara Behdad.
By Sara Behdad, The Conversation
Whether you're killing time in line at Starbucks or scrolling through an endless meme stream on Twitter, your smartphone is trying to seduce you. Former Google employee Tristan Harris felt something needed to be done to combat tech designers' relentless…
By PBS NewsHour
Stanford engineers create a fire extinguisher capsule for your overheating cellphone or laptop batteries.
By Kristin Hugo
By Timothy J. Jorgensen for The Conversation
Do male cellphone users really risk infertility due to radiation?…
By Paul McDougall, Scientific American
Gadget makers experiment with translucent solar cells that let touch screens draw energy from the sun, paving the way for solar-powered smartphones.
Addiction is a strong word, but it accurately describes the dysfunctional behavior exhibited by teenagers in my high school English classroom when I ask them to put away their cellphones.
By PBS NewsHour
If you own a smartphone, there's a chance you're being tracked by your boss, as more companies reportedly use GPS technology to monitor the whereabouts of their employees -- even when they're off the clock. That was the case for…
By Jackie Shafer, WOSU
Amy Leibrand creates surrealistic images with her smartphone camera and editing apps. She's now a recognized figure in the mobile photography movement.
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