Julie Jargon

Julie Jargon

Family & Tech columnist, The Wall Street Journal

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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.

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Family & Tech

Back to School? Look Out for Covid-Tracking Surveillance Tech

2020欧洲杯APPAugust 11, 2020 01:00 pm ET

As classrooms reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, surveillance technology will take temperatures, trace steps and make sure students are practicing social distancing--but at what cost to privacy?

Family & Tech

Early childhood development experts and robotics engineers are working together to create robots aimed at helping young children regulate their emotions and develop social and emotional skills at home.

Family & Tech

A new study shows that adolescent girls are more lonely than ever due to the coronavirus and social-distancing restrictions. While technology is meant to help alleviate the loneliness by helping girls connect with friends, it also can exacerbate the sense of isolation.

Family & Tech

After decades of declining independence for children, parents are discovering a possible future in which tech serves as a tool for more freedom—and more time outside, away from their devices.

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Do we do children a disservice when we lock everything down? They could be better off if we gave them some free rein and helped them develop the digital smarts to navigate the online world safely.

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Parental Overload? These Two Moms Are Working on Tech Cures

2020欧洲杯APPJune 16, 2020 09:30 am ET

Quarantine is the mother of invention—just ask two mothers developing apps and software systems to keep track of all the household to-do’s that are the source of so much family stress.

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