Night lights, a sleep tracker, and even a monster detector. Sleep Number's SleepIQ Kids Bed makes its case for a connected bedtime.
Technically Incorrect: In something of a science experiment, an Oregon teacher shows kids how to mark their skin. One parent complains.
Available for Android, iOS and Fire OS, the free TenMarks Summer Math program normally costs $40.
If you just aren't able to visit your mom on Mother's Day, Groupon will send a perfect child to fill in for you, as long as you have $25,000 laying around.
It's every parent's nightmare: losing your child in a crowded place. If your kids are too young to have their own cell phone, but you need to keep track of them at an amusement park, zoo or another public place, there are a lot of great wearable gadgets that can help. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on devices that can track your kids.
Watch children try to figure out how to play a VHS tape in a videocassette recorder in this latest "Kids React" video from The Fine Brothers.
The social network will have to contend with a class-action lawsuit over its refusal to provide refunds when children spend money on the site without the permission of their parents.
Pixar releases a powerful new trailer for "Inside Out," which takes us deep inside the mind of Riley, a child struggling with her emotions.
We check out a pair of high-tech shoes that monitor your child's location, and charge wirelessly.
WIth a MediaTek chip and GPS tracker inside, the 361 Smart Shoe helps you keep track of your little'uns wherever they roam.