When we think of Tinder, we think of a dating app that gives us the great (read: convenient) ability to get romantically involved with another user for a long, or short, amount of time. But an app like Tinder can and is being used for social engagements other than dating.
When it comes to your connected teen don't get caught up in looking at the glass half empty. Instead realize that being connected provides a lot of great opportunities for your child.
During the month of October we celebrate and create awareness for both bullying prevention and cybersecurity. There is also a week dedicated to promoting digital citizenship.
Did you know that Twitter can include your location in your tweets? Here is a step-by-step video showing you how to disable this feature.
How you can help your child handle a cyberbullying situation if and when it does happen. This is a difficult and scary time for adults and kids alike, but there are some practical steps you can take to help diffuse, and keep record of, the abuse.
Through countless apps you can send money directly from one bank account to another without banks even being involved. Learn what each type of payment app means and explore the differences to choose which payment app would work best for you.
The internet has incredible things to offer kids and teenagers. Parents play an essential role in protecting teens from online threats. Try implementing these 8 safety tips to keep your teens safe online.
Find the best online tools that are safe for your child and encourages them to expand their technology skills.
Fill your college bound child's backpack with advice on using tech wisely towards academic success and positive online interactions.