A new survey has shown that 84 per cent of American teenagers use the internet to research health problems. Ellen Wartella, a professor at Northwestern University, said “the nationwide survey is the first initiative after more than 10 years to tackle how media tools are being put to use by young people.” The survey looked
Devices linked to the internet are expected to eclipse the human population on Earth by more than three-fold in 2020, according to Gartner, a US-based IT research and advisory company.
Kaspersky Lab discovered that a group of cyber criminals has been systematically hacking company executives who stay at luxury hotels since 2009, according to media reports.
A significant percentage of mothers have considered taking a hiatus from the social media scene, according to an online survey carried out by Impulse Research and published by Current Lifestyle Marketing.
Their study found that 53 per cent of 1,004 moms have entertained the idea of taking a break from their online networks, while 60 per cent of mothers between the ages of 18 and 24 have contemplated temporarily silencing their Facebook and Instagram accounts.