Julie Jargon

Julie Jargon

Family & Tech columnist, The Wall Street Journal

Julie Jargon is the Family & Tech columnist at The Wall Street Journal, writing weekly about the impact of technology on family life. During her years as a beat reporter, she covered restaurant and food companies such as Starbucks, McDonald's, Papa John's and Kraft.

Latest Articles

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Smartwatches at school are distracting and help students cheat and cut class—yet schools’ tech policies aren’t keeping up with Apple Watch, GizmoWatch and other phone-like wearables.

香蕉视频苹果下载September 11, 2021

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

School transportation is about to get more complicated, but kids’ ride-hailing apps can help, as in-person learning returns, parents’ back-to-office plans keep shifting and Covid-19 cases rise.

香蕉视频苹果下载August 28, 2021

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Parents say they use apps to keep tabs on their children’s safety, and some kids don’t mind the extra monitoring. But experts caution that the digital leash can hamper young adults’ ability to mature.

August 21, 2021

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Children who were really into princesses at around age 5 were more likely at around 10 to hold progressive views about gender roles and to reject the idea that boys should stifle their emotions, a researcher finds.

香蕉视频苹果下载July 31, 2021

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Many children have to give up digital devices and social media at summer camp, cold turkey—providing an excellent opportunity to reset the tech rules at home.

香蕉视频苹果下载July 24, 2021

Family & Technology

Distracted driving is a factor in 6 out of 10 teen crashes. Holding a phone while driving has been shown to increase the risk of a crash or near crash by up to four times.

香蕉视频苹果下载July 17, 2021

Family & Tech

If you are the victim of a cyberbully, you could be entitled to compensation. That’s the pitch insurance companies are making. But is cyber insurance really necessary?

香蕉视频苹果下载July 3, 2021

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