A Japanese company creates 3D prints of your unborn fetus
Has technology replaced traditional Mother’s Day gifts? Here’s a fun look at how times have changed…
A new Spring Break/Technology poll by the U.S.-based TheMotherBoard.com reveals a few surprising findings from moms — including what lengths they’ll go to protect their kids online.
If you feel like you don’t have a clue what your kids are posting publicly on social networking sites — even while on their mobile phones — monitoring applications such as SafetyWeb.com might be able to help. Here’s what it does.
Do you know where your kids are going online? According to McAfee and Harris Interactive, nearly 93 percent of teens use the Internet — and 63 percent of them know how to hide what they’re doing online from their parents. As part of its back-to-school computer campaign, Dell has released a handful of suggestions to staying safe in cyberspace.
Mother’s Day is around the corner — Sunday, May 9th, in fact — so we thought it would be a good time to look at a few related downloadable applications (“apps”) available at the Apple App Store (part of iTunes).
Out of FarmVille’s 82 million players, 60 per cent are females in their 40s. This isn’t unusual for Facebook, the world’s biggest social networking site that has evolved into the hottest video game platform, too.