You may think you know what your teenagers are up to on the internet - but the chances are you don't.
The average teenager is now almost twice as likely to message on social networks as to socialise face to face, and is sending or receiving 60 texts a day.
Google+ is now open for the over-13s to join, bringing the social network in line with rivals Facebook and MySpace.
While it's no surprise that searches for the name 'Osama Bin Laden' have spiked over the last few days, Yahoo search figures show one surprise.
According to a recent survey, 37 percent of American teenagers are hoping to buy an iPhone in the next six months, where around 20 percent will go big for the iPad. Why?
The vast majority of parents monitor their kids' social networking accounts regularly, according to a survey from privacy group Truste.
Google's confirmed that it's fired an engineer for privacy violations.
Facebook has caved in to continued pressure from child protection groups and launched a limited 'panic button' service for teenagers in the UK.
Do violent video games make for violent teenage gamers? Only if they're not very nice to start with, according to new research.
Teenage American girls send more than 100 text messages a day, according to research from the Pew Internet and American Life Project.