A new report suggests that the benefits of the Internet and mobility outweigh any risks when it comes to education.
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
London-based medical anthropologist Charlie Osborne is a journalist, freelance photographer and former teacher.
According to Scottish union leaders, students are frequently using social media to make teachers' lives a misery.
Under new rules, websites have to gain parental approval before storing a child's videos, photos or GPS data.
European job seekers may have to pick at the remains of the recruitment industry, but in an ideal world, which tech firms are the most attractive?
This year's most popular posts range from porn stars to iPads, as well as copyright infringement and Apple's status as a religion.
Give your geeky other half a gift they'll remember this holiday season.
A good resume and strong handshake aside, it seems you can fail job interviews if you have the wrong kind of smartphone.
Students are planning legal action in a campaign to improve social networking giant Facebook's data protection regulations.
The father of a nine-year-old 'pirate' has settled the case for 300 euros after his daughter allegedly downloaded an album from The Pirate Bay.
There's plenty of tempting gifts ideas out there for Christmas, but a fair few of them would try the most liberal budgets.