The purpose of play runs deeper than fun and social connection. It might even help kids practice for real-world dangers.
Electronic companions keep drawing us back—and it’s not just because they don’t have fleas.
Tech is usually the villain in stories about ADHD, but for many, it can be a lifeline, not an anchor.
Blizzard’s free-to-play collectible card game is easy to learn but difficult to master, and every play involves calculations you may not even know you’re doing.
Virtual reality can be a supportive tool for people with disabilities or anxiety, or who just need help getting up and moving.