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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. ...
Children’s Technology Review October 2015 Volume 23, No. 10, Issue 187 “In a world where ‘screen time’ is becoming simply ‘time,’ our policies must evolve or become obsolete.” ...
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 Technology Review September 2015 Volume 23, No. 9, Issue 186 Note: Full issues are reserved for Full Subscribers ($60/year for 12 issue, plus Weeklies every Wednesday). ...
NOTE: Below is a look at one of our sample weekly issues, sent to paid CTR subscribers. We always start with a timely or inspirational quote, and then list the week’s headlines. ...
As our summer slips away, so do our College interns, and we’re always so sad to see them go. Michael Sluby has been working tirelessly for the past two years as a reviewer and ...
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 ...
Children’s Technology Review August 2015 Volume 23, No. 8, Issue 185 CTR is available as a subscription only review database (available for $20/year) plus a weekly and monthly newsletter. ...
Children’s Technology Review July 2015 Volume 23, No. 7, Issue 184 NOTE: This is a summary of July issue of CTR Monthly, with a list of the reviews.  The full issue is available ...
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