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Children are getting phones at a younger age every year, but it can be hard for parents to know when their youngsters are ready for the responsibility. "A Parents' Guide to Mobile Phones" has tips and strategies to consider before taking the important step.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer once pretended to stomp on an iPhone, and vowed his children would never use Apple products. This week, Microsoft is expected to announce Office will be available on iPad.
Today is Safer Internet Day. One topic will be distinguishing the differences between risk and harm to young people.
Facebook's new mobile app, Paper, is a graphically-pleasing alternative to the regular Facebook mobile experience. Will it render the original obsolete?
We don't know much about data brokers - the people who get and sell our personal information - but they know a lot about us.
Twitter, the popular microblogging site, has released an update which focuses on facilitating private messages, instead of the public tweets that made it a social media giant.
For as little as $35, movie fans can cut the cord - or even cable - to wired streaming-video devices, letting people quickly, conveniently, and cheaply watch programs on their home TV sets.
"It completely changed not only the way people developed cellphones, but ultimately the way people developed personal computers," says Larry Magid, CBS technology consultant and CNET technology analyst.
Starting Thursday, users' Google Web history will be shared by all of the company's different products, including Gmail, Google Plus and YouTube.
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