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AT&T announced the results of a survey it commissioned with tech addiction expert Dr. David Greenfield that found the ring, beep or buzz of your cell phone triggers compulsive cell phone behavior. According to the study, twice as many people as self-reported cell phone addiction are showing compulsive phone behaviors – with 74 percent of […]

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With most people carrying smartphones today, it’s become easier than ever for parents to keep tabs on their little goblins. Cell phones today provide more than just the ability to call and check in on your children’s location. AT&T wants parents to be aware of other ways they can use their wireless device, and their […]

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We can be bombarded with tragic headlines of how the Internet has created an ugliness in people.  Cyberbullying, cyberstalking, online harassment, Internet predators, Internet defamation, hackers, identity theft and more. What about the positive?  Finding old classmates, reuniting with old friends and family, making new friends, learning about things we never would have otherwise and […]

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The Internet is a part of everyone’s life on a daily basis. We use it at home, school, work and on the go. National Cyber Security Awareness Month (October) is an important reminder for parents to keep tabs of where and when their kids surf online. The knowledge and access the internet can provide is […]

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Bullying and the prevention of it has become a major focus in our schools. Bullies are no longer limited to just verbal or physical bullying. Text and online bullying have become a serious problem among adolescents and teens.  According to School bullying statistics in the United States: About one in four kids in the U.S. […]

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Today is International Literacy Day.  The annual observance recognizes the importance of literacy in the lives of children and adults and encourages people to focus their attention on the classroom, schools and the literacy issues in their community. According to www.dosomething.org: 2/3 of students who cannot read proficiently by the end of 4th grade will […]

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Did you know: DWI has a new meaning? Driving while “Intexticated” More than 35 million people are expected to hit the road for the long Labor Day weekend, according to AAA. Driving always involves risks, but when the roads are jammed with holiday travelers, the risks increase. That’s why AT&T is reminding ALL wireless users […]

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The first day back at school can be nerve-wracking for students, teachers and parents. But it doesn’t have to be. Whether it’s staying organized, making the bus, or sounding smart, AT&T has put together a list of apps and tricks to cure the back-to-school jitters: Students: Worried about oversleeping? Download CARROT Alarm. According to their […]

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With school out for the summer, no doubt kids will be spending more time online. And since June is National Internet Safety Month, this is the perfect time for parents to have a conversation with their children about online safety using the free BEaPROTM Parent app.  The BEaPRO Parent app, which stands for Balance, Ethics, […]

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In the summer heat, it’s easy to  understand why kids (and their parents) don’t want to be outside during the middle of the day. More free time spent inside during the summer, likely means more screen time for kids. Technology can help strengthen friendships and open a world of knowledge for our kids, but it calls for some […]