Researchers are using Instagram to monitor underage drinking, and in the future, other teenage issues. Instagram provides a great deal of data, and is simpler and less expensive than traditional survey methods.
According to a new study released by the American Automobile Association (AAA), teenage drivers are not only endangering themselves with their driving habits, but putting other motorists at risk as well.
With approximately $2,700 to spend on clothing, electronics and other items this year, U.S. teens are flocking to the Apple store for new iPhones while ignoring Mom and Dad's friend request on Facebook.
WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of the teen trendcaster - and more over, the depressing plethora of reports telling me that they knows what's good for me and my Internet habits. As if.
Young Instagram users are taking to the service, posting selfies and asking for honest feedback. The problem is, these photos are very public, and comments can be cruel. Oh, and there's also the issue of Photo Maps...
Are you "cell mostly"? Chances are, if you don't know what that means, you're not - especially if you're over 17 years of age. A study finds that today's teens are the early adopters of a smartphone-centric Internet existence.