Ralph and Vanellope go online in search of a replacement part for a videogame. She thinks the internet is the perfect cure for boredom but Ralph can't wait to go home.
In 2008, Kaplan reported that only 10 percent of admissions officers bothered looking at an applicant’s social media pages; but in 2017, that number rose to 35 percent.
Precautions consumers should take.
Digital service adds eBooks, e-comics and program episodes for participating libraries.
New slang is often harmless, but parents should monitor texts that fall into these areas.
Social media basics for parents
Kids worry about what their parents share on social media, proving the more things change...well, you know
Encouraging a lifetime of healthy media use is more complex than ever before.
Teens across the US post anonymously to high school message boards
Reasons to limit kids' screen time, while also relaxing about limited exposure
Should parents worry about teens using hide apps?
Parenting does not always have to happen face-to-face.
Apps appropriate for preschoolers and their parents.
Raising cellularly equipped children.
Reading, Writing ... and Coding? Creating the Next Generation of Programmers
Cyber safety tips for parents of teens.
A roundup of apps for kids.
Babies and technology.
Finding ways to handle the burgeoning use of electronics in your family.
Fussy babies and TV time.
Kids and Facebook.