A new study from the Entertainment Software Association has unveiled some eye-opening facts about the gaming industry and the people who play games.
The world's largest social network has joined the PhotoDNA program, which was developed by Microsoft Research with help from Dartmouth College.
The social-game service allegedly allowed children to register and share information in games without parental consent. The FTC has ordered Playdom to pay $3 million in fines.
In the second part of our interview, Volvo's Lotta Jakobsson talks about child safety in cars and how, in some ways, Australia is lagging behind the rest of the world.
With its big screen and hundreds of thousands of apps, the iPad's like candy for kids -- but finding apps that are age- and content-appropriate is the challenge. Here are the most educational and toddler-friendly apps some CNET editor-dads have found.
Let CNET help you decide which home video-game console is best for you.
Boston Globe reports dozens of NSA, DARPA, and other Pentagon workers downloaded child porn, a federal crime, but not all were prosecuted.
Facebook and the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre have launched the ClickCEOP app to keep kids safe on the social network. Hopefully it'll end the tabloid hysteria
Young kids were a big focus at this year's Microsoft E3 presser, thanks to several exclusive Kinect titles.
A school employee is disciplined after trying to fool elementary school students in New Jersey that they are having an online chat with Lady Gaga.