- Getting kids to behave in class is a problem as old as school itself. But as teachers spend more and more energy on it, they're beginning to look for unorthodox solutions. ClassDojo might just be the carrot they need to turn things around.
- Google is hoping that by offering you a suite of popular photo features in one handy online destination, you'll become a Google+ user.
- Think you know enough about cybersafety? Think again. Your kids are rapidly becoming more skilled at the using the internet which means you need to brush up your skills too.
- Despite the fact that email has been with us almost longer than most of us can remember, some of us still manage to fall for these types of messages.
- Though their predecessors were given a cool reception by consumers, Microsoft thinks you need to take a second look at their Surface tablets.
- Can a game as addictive as Minecraft be OK for your kids? Yes. Just think of it as LEGO.
- LOS ANGELES, Calif. - So, you've selected the gadgets to give your loved ones, and you're at the checkout line. Suddenly you're asked if you want an extended warranty or protection plan for a modest sum, and the line is piling up behind you. Do you opt for the foot-long receipt with terms and conditions that you'll have to keep in a secure place?
- LONDON - Eight major technology companies have joined forces to call for tighter controls on government surveillance, issuing an open letter Monday to President Barack Obama arguing for reforms in the way the U.S. snoops on people.
- TORONTO, Cananda - E-commerce growth is slowing in Canada after "dropping dramatically" earlier this year, says one industry analyst, who notes Canadians have become increasingly wise to how much better online shopping can be in other countries.
- Fees, fees, fees. There are far too many of them that we know of and even a few more that we don't know about that are, sneakily, just added to our accounts. If you hate those fees (and who doesn't?) then here are a few ways you can either eliminate them completely or reduce them substantially. Some of the amounts may be small but they add up. By Gina Monaco