Here's how to make sure your child is Internet smart and Internet safe.
As teens continue to flock to sites like MySpace, and the backlash from parents and the media fades, it's time to take a fresh look at social networking.
This is a list of computer training sites with information provided by the United Way's HelpLink.
Our readers share their tips for cutting down on time in front of the TV or computer.
Help your child learn to use technology by integrating it into your home.
Chances are your child is already engaged with games like Mario Cart or Tomb Raider -- if not in your living room then at a friend's house. Learn how to make video games work for you.
From cell phones to laptops, technology tools are becoming standard equipment for many students, raising questions about how they're being used.
Internet sites for tweens are booming, but are they safe? Is this what our kids should be doing?
Social networking on the Web enables families near and far to keep in touch.
Weigh the pros and cons of leaving the analog classroom behind with these seven steps.