The rise of free internet pornography is responsible for people increasingly deciding not to get married, according to researchers.
Scientists studied trends in marriage and internet porn proliferation and said the increased availability and reduced cost of pornography on the internet had a “causal” effect on people deciding not to tie the knot. Continue reading
It’s 2015 and what’s old is new again. You may have noticed people posting status updates with a seemingly-legally binding message protecting their photos and profile information from copyright infringement. Continue reading
In order to provide adequate service, hospitals need to anticipate how many patients will visit at any given time.
While seasonal flu viruses are somewhat predictable, on most occasions the flow of patients is less certain.
In a new study,… Continue reading
A new study has confirmed what most of us already suspected: kids are maturing much faster these days, and parents feel the Internet and social media are to blame.
It seems like in every generation, adults are critical of “kids… Continue reading
Legislation allowing cross-border Internet sales tax collections would cost US shoppers $24 billion in 2015, an antitax group says
A proposed Internet sales tax that could see new life in Congress in coming weeks would cost U.S. online shoppers $24… Continue reading
Microwaving the phone will not only ruin the device, it… Continue reading
By ANNE FLAHERTY, Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Tired of that friend or relative who won’t stop posting or tweeting political opinions? Online loudmouths may be annoying, but a new survey suggests they are in the minority.
In a report… Continue reading
After all, the digital age has some benefits you would appreciate. A new study published inThe Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Medical Sciences showed that learning about the digital world, engaging, planning and executing simple digital tasks like web… Continue reading
Will the Internet still be an open forum for viewing and sharing photos of cats in 2025?
That’s a question the Pew Center asked — OK, so it didn’t specifically mention feline photography — more than 1,400 people in a study… Continue reading