Facebook found a technical error in the Messenger Kids app that lets strangers join group chats. Here's what parents need to know about the security flaw.
Yolo is back, but not as a simple catchphrase. Now, it's a Snapchat-adjacent app with some potential privacy concerns.
Don't rely on the parental controls built into Windows or Macs -- or iOS, Android, or Kindle -- to protect your kids against online dangers.
You'll find ESRB age ratings on video game packages and marketing materials, but can you trust their advice?
It's often terrifyingly easy for hackers to spy on your sleeping baby. One South Carolina mother may have found that out the hard way.
A new study shows rampant data collection and breaches of privacy in Android apps targeted at children.
From connected bottles to kid-friendly robots, these gadgets make life easier for parents. Interviews were conducted by our partners at FamilyTech TV.
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