In a survey that asked which gadget was most desired by kids, the 12- to 17-year-old age group showed its conservatism, opting for the tried-and-true. Though it was girls who wanted iPhones far more than boys.
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.
A Los Angeles School district is stunned that kids given iPads to take home manage to hack the security controls. So, well, it's stopped giving them out.
With the Winston Show, kids can converse directly with an animated character and thanks to speech recognition, instantly see a "movie" that incorporates the conversation.
The Glendale Unified School District in Southern California outsources keeping tabs on troublemakers as well as identifying kids in trouble. At least these are its justifications.
A new app out of Australia enables kids with speech impairments or developmental delays to convey their thoughts more quickly and easily.
Apple is readying a new section of apps aimed specifically at kids, along with greater protections for the little 'uns.
Arden Hayes is a 5-year-old who's a trivia expert. And when Jimmy Kimmel offers him the gift of a Sony Xperia Z tablet, Hayes suggests he give it to someone else.
Internet Explorer used to be the laughing stock of the browser world, but Microsoft's browser is once again a force to be reckoned with thanks to improvements in speed, security, and standards compliance.
A psychologists says there are five tell-tale signs. However, many of these signs seem remarkably adult.