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Tech gurus don’t let their kids have smartphones. Here’s why

22 September 2018

9:00 AM

22 September 2018

9:00 AM

Pupils are back in classrooms and parents can finally have a brief respite from worrying about their children’s excessive screen use — or, at least, worrying it is all their fault. This angst peaks each year in the summer holidays, those long, sunny weeks illuminated in large part by the blueish light from children’s smartphones, tablets and laptops.

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