Devices good for teens, study finds.

In Brain Technology, Memory and Learning by Brainy Days Ahead

How concerning is the amount of time young people spend using smartphones and computers, and playing video games? Researchers at the University of Oxford  questioned 120,000 15-year-olds and concluded that generally digital connectivity has a positive impact and may enhance creativity, communication skills and development. They did discover a kind of “Goldilocks” zone of optimal usage. Wellbeing peaked at four hours and 17 minutes of computer use a day, around 2 hours for cell phones, and about 40 minutes for video games.