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February is always an exciting month for children’s technology. We have an idea about what’s coming now that CES and Kids at Play are behind us, but we know there’s more to ...
Links: Kapi Awards main page. Announcement program given out at the Jan. 7 Award ceremony (as a PDF). CTR writeup of the 2016 KAPi Awards. Video of Mr. Miyamoto’s recorded ...
Dear CTR Subscribers — Two important items to note this month are the implementation of Bluetooth LE technology to strengthen the link between toys and apps (see Edwin the Duck ...
REPRINTED FROM THE DECEMEBER 2015 ISSUE OF CTR For the eighth year, the mighty ‘B’s swarmed once again at NAEYC, for an annual panel called “Emerging technologies for empowering ...
Dear CTR Subscribers — I’m pleased to present to you with our biggest issue of the year. The fat page count reflects the amazing times in which we live. We’ll look back ...
We’re pleased to offer a special 25% off all subscriptions throughout the month of December. If you subscribe today, you’ll get the December issue, with the top 100 children’s ...
Next time a tempting new phone or tablet is released, don’t stand in line. Remember the rule of “ninety – fifty – ten.” Few things lose value (devaluate) faster than ...
“Just as abstinence-only sex education doesn’t prevent teen pregnancy, it seems that keeping kids away from the digital world just makes them more likely to make bad choices ...
Children’s Technology Review November 2015 Volume 23, No. 11, Issue 188 CTR is an ad-free publication. Full access is provided to paid subscribers ($20/year for database access only; ...
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. ...
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