The Netflix competitor beats the drum on original TV aimed at children -- shows that don't often win flashy Emmys but tend to keep high-spending subscribers loyal.
The dark-comedy series gives Amazon its best shot so far at beating Netflix at the critical-accolades game, and in a new turn, all episodes go up at once September 26.
"LEO the Maker Prince" by Carla Diana inspires children to use their MakerBots to make storybook characters into their very own 3D figures.
PLAiR is a neat-looking streaming device, but it's buggy, unreliable, and short on content.
A three-year study has found that long-term participation in violent video games may increase violent thoughts and behaviour in children.
The Quickflix WatchNow service has been picking up speed this past week, announcing new children's content as well as launches on Panasonic Blu-ray players and Xbox 360.
The FTC updates rules tied to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA, but the changes won't really affect companies like Apple or Facebook.
American Academy of Pediatrics also tells parents to discourage any screen time for children 2 and younger and keep Internet-connected devices out of kids' bedrooms.
From classics like Aesop's Fables and "Gertrude McFuzz" to new and original works like "Violet," iPad e-books offer something for kids of all ages--and tastes.
Actor LeVar Burton's campaign -- which attracted more than 105,000 backers -- will bring a Web-based version of the children's show to 7,500 schools.