Tag: #social media

What’s the difference with 5G? @TeamHSI

The term 5G can include different types of connection technology, like fixed wireless or cellular networks, but it all uses the same protocol to improve performance. Essentially the biggest difference between 5G wireless networks and the currently... Read More

How Dads Can Keep Their Teens Safe from Online Hazards

The most active users on the internet are teens. With numerous ways to access the internet, including mobile phones, tablets, PCs, game consoles, music players, etc., teens have unprecedented access to all sorts of information, moral or immoral. Social... Read More

What is the condom snorting challenge?

Condoms might make for safer sex — but they’re at the center of the riskiest new social media challenge. The viral video craze — dubbed “The Condom Challenge” — is striking fear into parents as teenagers record themselves dangerously... Read More

TOPS OF 2017: Television And Social Media

There’s still plenty of great television to come as 2017 draws to a close, but while TV programming has offered a diverse set of creative content—from shows with ice zombies, to murder mysteries, to real-life quarreling socialites, to shows with... Read More

Facebook says social media problems really not its fault

Facebook said that any harm brought about by social media is caused by user error. In other words … it’s not us, it’s you. “According to the research, it really comes down to how you use the technology,” David Ginsberg, Facebook’s director... Read More

There is no such thing as a free iPhone X for a like, share, or follow!

The iPhone X is incredibly expensive at $999. And that’s just the starting price that gets you a measly 64GB of storage. But most buyers will not have to pay the price outright. There are plenty of financing option to help them deal with the wallet... Read More

Put Your Phone Away: An Addict’s Guide to Unplugging

Earlier this year, at a concert in Italy, Adele paused in the middle of her set to ask a fan: “Can you stop filming me? Because I’m really here in real life, you can enjoy it in real life, rather than through your camera.” In recent years, the... Read More

Fake NFL Cafisher #MaseratiRick Is a Wake Up Call for Social Media Users When Online Dating

Cybersecurity expert and author of “Swiped” Adam Levin says “Don’t take the bait!  Watch out for these red flags to avoid catfishers looking to steal your heart and your cash and follow these tips to prevent yourself from... Read More

7 apps to help you perform better at work – @Ladders

By Amber Stanley There never seems to be enough time during the workday! In today’s technology-oriented, fast-paced society (with an even more competitive job market!) professionals are expected to juggle multiple tasks daily – like projects,... Read More

#Twitter Crackdown Sets Positive Example

Twitter has announced that it will be taking a harder stand against abusive tweets and hate language. The announcement followed a flurry of threatening tweets in the UK, and is a step in the right direction according to Denae Olberding of... Read More

Rodeena Stephens – Founder – Art of Perception – a social enabled mentoring program

As an information technology professional and a parent of children that are well versed in technology at a young age – I’ve often conveyed my concerns and recommendations about social media / mobile computing and its impact on our youth.  I’ve... Read More

Who should we blame in LIN-Gate 2012?

As Jeremy Lin and his so-called “LIN-Sanity” relocate from Gotham City to Houston, Texas —-the world impatiently waits to hear from the New York Knicks brain-trust aka front office (basketball minds).  Can we let the BLAME GAME begin?  What... Read More