No Oculus Rift, no problem. A clever dad creates an immersive bike-racing environment for his daughter with the use of a few props and a lot of strength.
Softcore software? A Reddit user buys an old Macintosh SE and discovers an adults-only game hidden in an AOL folder.
Technically Incorrect: In a very clever ad, Lego shows how a child uses fantasy to make up for not seeing dad. In one case, the toymaker guilts the father into seeing his kid create those fantasies. In public.
Commentary: In honor of Father's Day, let's turn to the TV show that's 40 percent daddy issues and play favorites.
Technically Incorrect: This story is just one reason why you might not want to teach young kids how to use the phone.
Technically Incorrect: A boy isn't paying attention at a spring training game between the Pirates and the Braves.. Luckily for him, his dad is.
Technically Incorrect: A Texas father appears in court for taking away his 12-year-old's phone. He says he was merely trying to discipline her.
An expectant father goes on a mission at CES 2016 to see if new "smart" tech can make him a better parent. The answer? Yes. And no.
Technically Incorrect: Clash of Clans likes to do interesting advertising. Its latest spot is no exception.
Technically Incorrect: At New Orleans airport, a cell phone video of a simple pat down causes a Transportation Security Administration officer to call for the police.