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Technology: Friend or Foe for Your Dating Life
Sociologist, dating and relationship expert
The effects of technology, however, are not equally distributed across couples. For younger individuals between the ages of 18 to 29, technology appears to have a more pronounced effect. Technology for young adults appears to be both a friend and foe for their relationships.
Mobile eCommerce: Tips for Protecting Your Purchases and Sales
President and co-founder, CSID
2013 was the year mobile commerce made a statement. Case in point: Cyber Monday showed record-breaking numbers in mobile purchases.
4 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe Online
Director of Content, NextAdvisor.com
While it's impossible to completely monitor everything your kids do online, these steps will help keep your kids safe and informed while they are on the web.
California Law Helps Pave the Way to a Bright Mobile Future
Chair, Mobile Future
As consumers increasingly show a preference for mobile voice and broadband services, American innovators -- many based in California -- are bringing an astounding array of new products and services to market that both anticipate and respond to evolving consumer demand.
Meet One Of Facebook's Oldest Users
Top Apps For Health, Fitness And Weight Loss
Will Texting Make the Phone Obsolete?
I'm not talking about smartphones -- they're really not phones, but pocket-sized personal computers with an optional voice function -- but I do wonder whether the idea of using any type of device to actually talk is likely to fade away or at least diminish?
Facebook Users Becoming More Privacy Savvy
When it comes to social media privacy, there is some good news. Americans are increasingly thinking about their own privacy and reputation management. Which, at the end of the day, is the most protective factor of all.
A Look At Who Owns Smartphones--And What People Do With Them
Facebook Users More Social in Real World
A just released report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project found that people who use use Facebook are more trusting and have closer personal relationships than those who don't.
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Internet, Social Media Users More Likely To Volunteer, Study Shows
Closing the Digital Divide One Government App at a Time
Esther J. Cepeda
Opinion journalist and an expert on the issues of U.S. Hispani...
Welcome to the brave new world of social (media) government -- a world where you can use mobile phone apps to get information from Uncle Sam so you don't actually have to talk to him.
Memo to Media -- iPad Won't Save News Industry
Jose Antonio Vargas
Founder and CEO of #EmergingUS and Define American
We're living in a transition stage -- a very exciting time in which the "me" in "media" continually and more effectively flexes its muscles. The media's resurrection depends on its understanding of that reality. Not on the shiny, new iPad.
New Apple iPhone, OS Available; Tethering Not: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer June 18, 2009
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