No doubt, parenting has changed in the Internet Age, and a new study tries to reveal how mom and dad are dealing with it.
The rather unsettling Baby and Me Wii game brings baby to life in a child-rearing sim that not only ships with a Wiimote-ready doll, it's in a detestable color that a certain mouthless cat has made commonplace.
In justifying his device's existence, Ira Goldman tells MSNBC that the device is not being used to "hog space."
Educating children about the appropriate and inappropriate uses of smartphones begins by assessing the level of responsibility the child can handle and tweaking the phone accordingly.
If only it were real.
Assuming robots will be doing our ironing any day now, it's time to ask the big one: does the repression of a servile underclass matter if that underclass is made of plastic and metal?
Dan Lyons appears to have been pressured to stop blogging, which would be a blow to candor and a win for weak journalism.
Whether you're seeking advice on how to treat a burn or just looking for a way to pass a long wait in a restaurant, you'll find what you need in this app roundup.
In honor of Father's Day, we take a look at resources on the Web to help parents.
A columnist for a British publication said on Wednesday that video games can be equated to "heroin and teenage pregnancy." Read why Don Reisinger thinks that point of view is totally misguided.