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The World Health Organization just released screen-time guidelines for kids. Here’s how some of the world’s most successful CEOs limit it ...
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel and Google CEO Sundar Pichai don't let their kids access too much tech.
The attention economy is breeding addiction, fraud, and hate — and this is what we need to do to save it
Every time you pick up your phone, turn on a screen, or open an app, you are for sale.
There are hidden features inside Google's most popular products to help you combat your tech addiction.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai says his family TV is ‘not easily accessible’ and requires ‘activation energy’ to watch
In a New York Times interview, Google CEO Sundar Pichai discussed how he monitors his kids' interactions with tech.
Apple’s Cook aims at Facebook in interview, saying ‘the privacy thing has gotten totally out of control’
Apple CEO Tim Cook took yet another shot at Facebook in an interview with CNN, saying that self-regulation of privacy hasn't worked and suggesting the government needs to step in. He also expressed hope that a trade war could be averted.
In an interview with CNN, Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted to spending more time on his phone than he should.
A new features in the next version of Apple's Safari browser will block Facebook and other companies from tracking users via the "like" buttons on web pages. Other features will allow users to monitor and limit how much time they spend with particular apps.
Google unveiled an initiative targeted at addressing what many call "tech addiction" at Google I/O on Thursday. Scientists who study smartphone and social media use say tech addiction isn't the real and concrete enemy that some are making it out to be, however.
With access to apps that instantly connects us to millions of users, much of our day is spent hunched over a screen. Adam Alter, author of ''Irresistible,'' explores the rise of technology addiction - specifically in teenagers.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff calls for regulating social media like cigarettes — but the problem is more insidious than that
Psychology experts and tech executives claim the analogy falls short of addressing how vital digital technology has become in daily life.