Social Media Bullying

Social Media Bullying

Despite the popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook, Myspace, Twitter and Friendster, these sites are also a dangerous medium in which online predators prey on the young. By the year 2008, youths were spending more time on online media as they were in schools. During the earliest intr...
Recycling Electronics

Recycling Electronics

We are all without a doubt, avid consumers of electronics. As such, if we were to keep all the electronics we have ever owned, I'm sure it would fill up an entire cupboard. A common question that any electronic user would ask is: what do I do with my old electronics? All electronic users should real...
Too Young To Start

Too Young To Start

Have you seen a toddler holding on to a mobile phone or a tablet while in a stroller? Did that made you take a second glance or did your eyes bulge at the sight? Or did you glance past without much thought into that scene? It is becoming the norm to come across young children with an electronic devi...
Writing Stories

Writing Stories

It appears that media and entertainment are slowly making way into the cyber world to allow access to a wider international market. Music, movies and even books now become an online commodity, purchased at will or obtained through illegal means. Despite the growing concerns of plagiarism and theft o...
Samsung Vs. Apple

Samsung Vs. Apple

In 2013, the whole world was made aware of the Apple vs. Samsung lawsuits. It was a period where non-technologically savvy individuals were made aware of the patent infringing suits between these two multinational companies that saw its peak when courts in various countries ruled in favor of either...
A True Display Or An Act

A True Display Or An Act

More than we think, verbal conversations are giving way to writing forms in which the conversation history can be tracked. A text message can be stored for a long period time in our mobile phones and serve as a reminder. Since the advent of instant messaging, less people are verbally communicating a...