Is more exposure to digital media a good thing, or is less is more?
Especially for children who have spongy, flexible yet vulnerable brains. We are compiling articles that talk about the dangers of too much smart phones or social media.
Silicon Valley is keen to exploit the brain chemical credited with keeping us tapping on apps and social media.
As our online existences become less distinct from ‘real life’, experts raise concern about the growing power of big tech
Haley downloaded the app for fun. Now millions of people watch her videos.
We now have a “national attention deficit,” one neuroscientist says.
A silent, powered-off phone can still distract the most dependent users.
As the backlash against smartphones builds, and science lags, parents are waging a fraught battle with their kids and other parents.
“I am convinced the devil lives in our phones.”
The platform’s entertainment for children is weirder—and more globalized—than adults could have expected.