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Facebook is working on a new platform specifically for meme-obsessed teens that’s already being described as ‘cringey’
It's called LOL, and it will consist of "funny videos and GIF-like clips" that users can vote on and share.
A professor who taught a course on ‘adulting’ says many people have the wrong idea about millennials and social media
Georgia Tech professor Rebekah Fitzsimmons started teaching her students how to use Twitter.
A college professor who taught a course on ‘adulting’ says millennials don’t consider themselves adults until a milestone they’...
An English professor at Georgia Tech University taught a course on "adulting," and found most of her students didn't consider themselves adults.
Technology has changed a lot in the past 18 years. Here are some things that people under the age of 18 won't even recognize.
Despite Gen X having a strong influence on the financial attitudes of their Gen Z kids, there are still some contrasts in their spending habits.
Teens say they cringe when brands use these 11 outdated slang words — here’s what Gen Z is saying instead
You might think you know what slang words teens are using these days, but they've probably been out of vogue for years. "Yolo," "swag," and "bae" are out. Keep reading to find out what's replaced them.
A millennial ‘Shark Tank’ entrepreneur who coaches teens for the SAT says adults don’t realize what sets Gen Z apart
Generation Z, the generation born after 1997, differs from millennials when it comes to how they use social media. Shaan Patel, the founder of SAT tutoring company Prep Expert, said adults don't realize how Generation Z is able to balance its use of technology and social media.
Brands are direct-messaging 13-year-olds on Instagram to pay them $5 or $10 at a time to promote products without a contract
Retail brands are allowing teenagers and pre-teens to get in on the influencer game. According to a report in the Atlantic, teens often make between $5 and $20 for posting sponsored content from small startup brands.
Today's teens aren't what they were in the 1990s and 2000s. Millennials loved Abercrombie and Facebook, but Gen Zs tend to wear fast fashion and athleisure. And they've dumped Facebook for Snapchat and Instagram.
A professor in Ohio takes attendance on Twitter, posts homework on Slack, and holds office hours at 10 p.m. — and it shows how different Gen Z r...
Defined as those born after 1997, Generation Z is growing up in a world where smartphones, social media, and content-streaming are ubiquitous. And now that the oldest Gen Zers are attending college, they're rewriting the playbook for higher education.