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Something is stealing teens’ sleep.
Colorado dad and Denver-area anesthesiologist Tim Farnum has always understood the intrigue of modern technology. Smartphones, tablets and unfettered Internet access connect us to faraway corners of the world and make life - and movie watching - all the more convenient.
Our mobile phones can reveal a lot about ourselves: where we live and work; who our family, friends and acquaintances are; how (and even what) we communicate with them; and our personal habits. With all the information stored on them, it isn’t surprising that mobile device users take steps to protect their privacy, like using PINs or passcodes to unlock their phones.
THOMASVILLE, Ga. — When it comes to improving reading skills and fluency for young children, a South Georgia school system’s got an app for that.
Imagine you are visiting a new city and get lost on your way to that famous must-see museum. In times of yore — actually just about 10 years a…
It’s not often that any one of us needs to dial 911, but we know how important it is for it to work when one needs it. It is critical that 911 services always be available – both for the practicality of responding to emergencies, and to give people peace of mind. But a new type of attack has emerged that can knock out 911 access – our research explains how these attacks occur as a result of the system’s vulnerablities. We show these attacks can create extremely serious repercussions for public safety.
There are two ways to make money in the smartphone business. There's Apple's way: 1) Make premium products that people clamor for; 2) Sell the…