Simple account safeguards and a sound method of letting older children spend their pocket money can stop little ones purchasing big on mobile devices - whether inadvertently or deliberately.
Concerned about how much time your kids are spending in front of screens? We have everything you need to know about time limits, why it's so inviting and how to cut back.
Phones come out of the box like newborns, with everything turned on and demanding attention, says Manoush Zomorodi.
People who frequently use social media are also likely to have problems with body image.
For the majority of Australian children, screen time takes up more of their leisure hours than any other recreational activity.
An 18-year-old Austrian girl is suing her parents for posting embarrassing photos of her on Facebook, claiming that the images have made her life a misery.
Look once you'll see a maximum of four. Look twice, you'll see eight.
We're handing kids phones when their ability to think about consequences is at an all-time low.
What do you do when your 13-year-old takes photos of her body to impress a boy, and now she's crying, stomping up the stairs, slamming her bedroom door screaming, "You don't understand!"
Musical.ly, an app that allows users to make short videos of themselves lip-syncing to pop songs might sound harmless, but Wenona School on Sydney's north shore has banned the app over concerns about child safety and "highly sexualised dance moves".
Apple rushes out an iPhone software upgrade after three apparent flaws may have allowed eavesdropping on conversations.
If you're tired of only seeing the tops of your children's heads because their eyes are constantly glued to a screen, then it may be time for a change.
An Australian Federal Police Facebook post on how to take a safe selfie is going viral with its important message about online safety.