Study on IQ scores of video gamers finds women outscore men, Android users outscore iPhone users, and Rainbow Six Siege is the smartest game.
It's not your phone, it's you: study finds users initiate 89% of their smartphone interactions, with only 11% initiated by notifications.
Average American screen time per day: a new survey finds 4-6 hours per day (or 6-8 hours for teens) is now typical.
When it comes to texting vs calling, new research finds that calling wins if your goal is to connect with someone in a meaningful way.
If you have a broken phone, research suggests there's a chance that you secretly (or maybe not so secretly) allowed it to happen.
These 8 fall prevention interventions will keep your older relatives safe and sound this holiday season
If you'll be visiting some older relatives for the holidays, make a point of applying these fall prevention interventions to keep their homes safe and sound.
The 777 angel number can be a very special number, especially when you are experiencing moments of doubt.
Angel numbers are a series of numbers that are thought to come from a higher power. But what do they mean for you?
New study on FoMo (the “fear of missing out”) shows it’s about much more than social media
New research sheds light on why vibrations help rock baby to sleep
More and more “WFH” home workers don’t want to go back to a full-time office job. Ever.
This new study shows the benefits of pets for teens: better social skills, and less time alone