Three quarters of Gen Z and 72% of Gen Y indicate they struggle spending too much time on screens and technology.
There are words that will never be made into emojis, because they are too nuanced or complex, writes Dr Pete Court.
While social media offers opportunities for social interaction and information sharing, it can also impact on our mental health.
With almost a third of Gen Zs actively searching social platforms to make online purchases, social commerce is a field ripe with opportunity.
The idea of digital rest is gaining popularity. Rather than being eaten alive by tech, or going entirely off-grid, we should find a balance.
The world’s most famous Youtuber Mr Beast made the news in late January for his big spending. Here’s why Gen Z love him so much.
US journalist Katelyn Beaty reflects on the Christian celebrity culture origin, Jesus’ relationship to fame and the lost art of contentment.
Problems are part of life, aren’t they – so why run away from them? Why unfriend problems? Brian Harris writes
McCrindle reviews the year that was, with social changes, major milestones, and the crazes that ‘broke the internet’.
When “living your own truth” rules the day, it can be difficult to share faith. How can we make Jesus seem attractive without being pushy?