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From an engineering point of view, Hello Barbie is a modern marvel that raises the bar for using technology in toys. Will kids play with her? Yes, but not in the way the designers think. ...
The iPad Pro was announced today. What are the implications for children’s apps? We’ve already seen preschool installations of large screen Microsoft Surface, and the large ...
Here’s some product news from one of our weekly issues. Late last night we sent out our September issue with some important new products. From a hardware point of view, have a ...
Children’s apps are monetized (sold and paid for) in many different ways this days. It is important for children to get to know how all three of these techniques work.  Here’s ...
There is only one force that can shake Apple’s near monopoly on children’s app distribution and curation — healthy competition (especially from Google). The fuel for ...
In March 2015 a collaborative global rating system for children’s apps was announced that will help regional rating systems like USA’s  ESRB  move into a global system. ...
I recently stumbled upon one of my favorite child development articles from the Journal of Polymorphous Perversity, 2 (2), 3-7. At the risk of duplicity, I’m reposting the entire ...
Download this as a PDF. Last weekend at the Mediatech Foundation in Flemington, the first annual Makersday was held. Over 200 local residents came to the second floor of the Flemington ...
A fictional conversation at MIT in Cambridge, MA by Warren Buckleitner, Children’s Technology Review.  April 2015 Volume 23, No. 4, Issue 181. Download the page as a PDF. It’s ...
Here’s some Theoretical Frameworks for Children’s Interactive Media. Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years: Tools for Teaching and Learning, from the book “Technology ...
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