Photographing your food before you eat it changes your experience of the food.
The typing touch
Does more fingers used mean faster and better typing?
Face to Facebook
Facebook is not such a limitless supply of friends after all.
Health and appiness
Technology can be a bane or a boon â€” it all depends on how you use it. We roadtest six...
Texting while walking
Texting while you walk changes your gait and ability to walk safely.
Phones reveal depression
Want to know if youâ€™re depressed? Ask your phone.
Being notified to distraction
Receiving a notification on your phone is enough to distract you from your task.
What you post about on Facebook reveals your personality type.
The power of emoticons
Even in business emoticons can create an emotional connection.
Texting strangers can help reduce pain.
Games of meaning
Computer games may be able to offer meaningful experiences.
The social media phenomenon of â€œsharentingâ€ has up and down sides for parents and kids.
Being a switched-off parent
How do you connect with your children and ensure you are setting an example of quality family time in which...
Twitter and the heart
Twitter activity can predict heart disease.
Phone separation anxiety
Separation from your phone may be enough to cause changes to your body and mind.
Loving your selfie
Men who take a lot of selfies show some disturbing personality traits.
Smartphones shaping brains
Using fingers and thumbs on your smartphone is altering processing in your brain.
Changing childhood: first and third world children
Do children in rich "developed" countries really have all they need? We investigate the changing ecology of childhood.
Using a smartphone to work late at night may not be such a good idea.
Phone use by university students is linked to academic results and overall happiness.