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  • Distracted Driving: You’re Never Alone On the Road August 31, 2016
    By Lori Lee, AT&T You’re driving alone. You hear the ding of your smartphone. Do you grab it and look at the screen? The answer for more than 6-in-10 of us (64%) is yes.1 Interestingly, the answer changes when we have company. In fact, the same research shows that only 36% of drivers look at […]
  • Digital Disconnect and Cyber-Breakdowns: Getting Parents Involved August 27, 2016
    No one is disputing we live in a different time now, when technology rules and texting is basically your teen’s first language. What hasn’t changed is teens and their desire to keep some of their life to themselves, or conveniently not share everything with their parents. Let’s face it — if we all honestly think […]
  • Should You Let Your Kids Play Pokémon GO? August 2, 2016
    Pokémon Go has taken over in the last couple of weeks, consuming the attention of children, teens and even adults. This game, which blends the virtual world with our real world, has made headlines not only because it broke download records but also because it has caused accidents, injuries and even robberies. Using the GPS […]
  • AT&T Tips to Help Your Child Use Technology Safely July 26, 2016
    If your child is awake, chances are she’s online. According to research, children are spending several hours a day using a smartphone, computer, or other electronic devices. The risks associated with kids online include cyberbullying, accessing inappropriate chat rooms, sharing personal information with strangers, and the list goes on. With students headed back to school […]
  • Temporary & Anonymous Apps: What’s The Teen Appeal? July 21, 2016
    Do you know what you’re teenager is up to when using their smart phone? Today, 70 percent of teens try to conceal their online behavior, and temporary and anonymous apps are gaining popularity, but there are significant dangers that lie within the apps. Cyberbullying, sexting, exposure to adult content are just to name a few […]

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