From hypnotherapy to ponds, there are many Android apps on the market available to help you unwind.
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
Charlie Osborne, a medical anthropologist who studied at the University of Kent, UK, is a journalist, freelance photographer and former teacher. She has spent years travelling and working across Europe and the Middle East as a teacher, and has been involved in the running of businesses ranging from media and events to B2B sales. Charlie currently works as a journalist and photographer -- with the occasional design piece -- and writes for ZDNet, CNET and SmartPlanet. She has particular interests in social media, IP law, social engineering and security.
After a long day, how can you use your iPad to take five minutes and relax?
As a parent, should you spy on your child's Internet and mobile device use?
Why is e-book piracy so prevalent in the student world? I'm sure we could all think of a few reasons.
The job hunt can be tiring -- but how can you make your life easier in the modern world?
The edX MOOC platform will now power China's latest attempt to tap into the online education market.
How can students keep their favorite devices from running out of juice on campus?
Liquid nitrogen, honey, acid, lava, microwaves -- what could possibly go wrong?
Can biometric technology make parents' lives easier in monitoring their children's activity on mobile devices?
A new survey suggests that most students believe their online activity is monitored by school officials.
What apps can make your life as a teacher a little easier?
What are some of the best iOS apps on the market suitable for business and enterprise users?
What are some of the Android apps on the market available to make your life easier in the corporate world?
A new patent application filed by the tech giant would give parents ultimate, absolute control over their children's smartphones and tablets.
Does wearable technology have a place in future classrooms?