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Apple CEO Tim Cook says he made one simple change that helps him avoid becoming addicted to his iPhone


16 ways to go on a digital cleanse if you use Google products religiously


A new study finds that cutting your time on social media to 30 minutes a day reduces your risk of depression and loneliness



Google CEO Sundar Pichai says his family TV is 'not easily accessible' and requires 'activation energy' to watch


There's zero compelling evidence showing tech is as addictive as cocaine, according to scientists


Here are all the new ways Apple can help you combat your smartphone addiction in iOS 12



People using their phones while driving is a huge problem, but a new iPhone feature is helping


'Father of the iPod' Tony Fadell suggests 3 features Apple could add to the iPhone to fight device addiction


This is why our phones are making us miserable: happiness isn't the same thing as pleasure, and our brain knows it


There's no solid evidence that people get addicted to social media -- and using it could actually be beneficial


This is what your smartphone is doing to your brain — and it isn't good


Stanford computer-science students want Apple to make a mode for the iPhone that allows only calls, texts, and photos



This beautifully designed 'dumb phone' can only make calls and send texts — and it might be the key to curing our addiction to apps


Parents in the US are worried about their children's use of smartphones


I take a social media break once a year -- and I feel so much better


Silicon Valley parents are raising their kids tech-free -- and it should be a red flag



Confessions of a screen addict: I wake up at 2 a.m. every morning to use my phone and I'm a little worried


We talked to the Stanford students who protested Apple over smartphone addiction -- and Apple employees are into their ideas


How much should toddlers use smartphones, tablets, and other screens? This pocket guide could help.


Smartphones horrified me as a new parent -- here's why I stopped worrying and learned to embrace kids' tech-filled futures