Smart phones have become omnipresent among today’s teens. Only seven years ago, 41 percent of teens owned smart phones. Now, as many as 95 percent either own or have access to one. Among these, 45 percent of teens now say they are online almost constantly. There’s no denying the digital life of teens. This digital
Social media platforms now cope with a sobered-up user base. Users are aware the platforms can render them lab rats for marketeers. They are also in a sobered-up world, hearing out critics who suggest excessive use is replacing human community with passwords, sign-ins and thumb icons. Are all these digital connections opening new networking doors
In 2008—back when Netflix was delivering DVDs by mail—I decided to join Google’s latest acquisition, a video platform called YouTube. It’s hard to imagine now, but back then a lot of people were skeptical of YouTube. To them, it was full of grainy cat videos and was losing money at a torrid rate. I saw
Albeit controversial in some uses, tech has been gaining steam in a range of consumer products Imagine walking into a store where a robot greets you by name, lets you know that your online order is ready, and then suggests other products you might want pick up. Facial recognition is making that possible as the
Amid concerns over Central government’s powers to snoop into computers, the Electronics and IT Ministry has come out with draft IT rules focused on social media platforms. “The instances of misuse of social media by criminals and anti-national elements have brought new challenges to the ‘Law Enforcement Agencies’ (LEA),” the ministry said in a statement.
The Google Assistant app on iOS is now backed with Siri Shortcuts to make the use of Assistant more convenient for iOS users. “We added support for Siri Shortcuts to make it even easier to access your Assistant,” read the app description on Apple’s App Store. You can also set up Siri Shortcuts for phrases