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Search Joyce Hesselberth Every age of parenthood and parenthood at every age yields some discouraging metric, some new rating system on which parents can be judged and found wanting. We endlessly jury family dinner rituals, day care and nannies,
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics found that adults absorbed in their mobile devices were more likely to harshly scold their children's behavior. Researchers from Boston Medical Center observed parents interacting with their children
Bank is joining a short list of large financial institutions that are testing voice biometrics as a potential replacement for the traditional password...Voice biometrics software users log in to an application or website by speaking a word or phrase.
Chris Waldron, vice president of Cartoon Network Digital, said the company's micro-network initiative was an attempt to boil down Cartoon Network to its essence. Cartoon Network will release an app later this year that will deliver original 15-second
During the next several weeks, the California Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities and Communications will consider legislation requiring all handheld mobile devices sold in the state to include a kill switch. Senate Bill 962 (SB 962), co-authored
The device, aptly named Wake Up & Smell the Bacon , syncs with the Oscar Mayer Wake Up & Smell the Bacon iPhone application to emit the scent and sound of sizzling bacon when the rooster crows. Beginning today, bacon fans everywhere can apply through
With over a decade of experience in pioneering paperless, mobile computing and wireless compliance capabilities in regulated laboratories, Accelrys will empower organizations to deploy purpose-built mobile applications in the lab from research to
got serious about monetizing its supercomputer, Watson. Watson is the infamous computing marvel that beat the Jeopardy! champions at their own game, and is now the hub of a separate IBM unit, Watson Group. When IBM dropped $1 billion to get the
According to Nielsen , an average of about 50 million people in the U.S., or 16% of the entire population, watched video on their mobile phones each month during the second quarter of 2013, up from 37 million during the same quarter a year ago...
Technology trade shows are filled with promising prototypes and demonstrations, but it can take years for them to go mainstream...That's the jaundiced eye a veteran brings to almost any tech event, such as the just-concluded Mobile World Congress .