Channeling his inner Walter White, everyone's favorite dad Bryan Cranston narrates the kids-book-for-parents "You Have to F**king Eat."
Mattel says a Barbie book that suggests girls can't handle computer code doesn't reflect its brand vision. That won't stop the uproar surrounding the title, which is still available to buy.
We now know which superheroes from the DC universe will be starring in their own standalone film over the next six years, but will these movies be enough to combat a seemingly unstoppable Marvel juggernaut?
On today's show, we discuss Apple's product refresh for its iPad and Mac lineups, the major superhero movie roadmap update from DC, and an Iron Man prosthetic designed for disabled kids.
Jeffrey Brown's "Darth Vader and Son" and "Vader's Little Princess" have become cute collectible maquettes thanks to Gentle Giant Studios.
There are myriad educational apps and devices out there, and Crave's Eric Mack has found many of them disappointing, but he reports that School Zone's Android tablet is a notable exception.
"Reservoir Dogs," "Seven," "The Exorcist," and other disturbing movies get a kid-friendly restyling thanks to artist Todd Spence, who wants to swap screams with smiles.
Those who specialize in child development say they're noticing more incidents of parents ignoring their kids in favor of their phones. For some kids, phones become hate objects.
If you're in the market for a tablet, CNET's buying guide will set you on the right path.
Name your own price for this Scholastic audio collection, which also includes "Goosebumps," "The 39 Clues" and more.