Editor’s Pick Some might call it good parenting. Others, snooping. But how much can a Chrome extension tell you about your kid, anyway?
The idea, which won the AppHappening Innovation Contest and helped Kristina Wilms secure a spot on StartupBus Europe, was inspired by her own struggles with depression.
I’m a multi-tasking, tab-switching, compulsive email-checker and apparently this behavior could indicate that I’m depressed, according to researchers from the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Editor's Pick It may be time to sack your therapist. The researchers conducting the world’s first clinical study on the use of smartphone apps to treat depression have given VentureBeat a preview of the results. 73.5 percent of depressed participants who used an application called Viary, were no longer considered to be depressed by the end of the study.
Even though I graduated from college (gasp) 18 years ago, I still think about the school season as my annual planning cycle rather than the calendar year. Having three school age kids reinforces this life rhythm.