More Time On Smartphones Linked To Higher Suicide Risk In Teens, Study SaysResearchers at Florida State University (FSU) say there's a link between an increased risk of suicide in teens and the time spent using mobile devices.
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Kids & iPads: How Much Is Too Much?Any parent will tell you that sometimes, the best babysitter is a smartphone or tablet. But screen time adds up fast -- so how much is too much? And how do you get your child off their favorite show once they're locked in?
Birding Smartphone Apps Rising In PopularitySmartphone apps are making it easier for to identify a bird and mimic their calls.
St. Paul Releases Mobile Pay App For Parking MetersThe city of St. Paul has joined other cities with the release of a mobile pay app for parking meters.
Sen. Franken To Introduce Anti-Stalking App BillA crime that is sweeping the nation is targeting people in Minnesota. Stalking apps are being used on cellphones, which allow abusers to secretly stalk their victims. These apps are not available on the iTunes or the Android Apps store.
Good Question: Are We Addicted To Our Cellphones?According to the Pew Research Center, 44 percent of us sleep with our cellphone nearby, or even in our beds. Almost one-third of people say they, "can't imagine living without it." So, are we addicted to our cellphones?
Good Question: What Is The Real Cost Of A Smartphone?Verizon Wireless says it’s now joining the path other cellphone companies have already taken – no contracts. The company announced Wednesday it will do away with two-year contracts that offer subsidies of hundreds of dollars on new phones.

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