Last night at dinner, Delilah told us she hasn't had a TV in her home for almost 20 years. After we all picked our jaws up off the floor, she then popped another one on us: She also hasn't allowed video games in her home for the past five years.
The basic necessities of life may be food, water and shelter, but a new survey suggests the modern day world might be prepared to trade in sustenance for communication, as many Americans are now spending more money on their cell phone plans than they are on things to eat.
I just don’t get it. I see people out at restaurants (nice, cheap, whatever) and they just can’t put their phones down! I mean, these people are usually with others I’d think they cared about, or at least liked, and they just keep chatting, texting, playing Words With Friends. Well, one L.A. restaurant has had enough. And maybe, so have you.
State Police are targeting drivers using their cell phones and other electronic devices this week. "Operation Hang Up" is aimed at getting motorists to realize the dangers involved in using your cell phone while driving.
Clever, amusing, and memorable your cellphones' ring tone may be. But new research claims that it may be so distracting that it causes those around you to remember less information, and need more time to get back to top speed after it stops ringing!
If you've ever taken a group of kids, or even just your own children, on an excursion, you've probably worried about one or more children getting separated from the group. Many daycare centers in Sweden are using satellite technology to keep an eye on the kids - and not every body's happy about it.
When I was in middle school the list of items you could not bring was a short one. No radios, candy, gum, or squirt guns. For some reason squirt guns were a big problem. Now it’s a much more sophisticated list!