Juggling life at home with kids? Like many parents, you might’ve looked into different ways your kids can learn from home online. Maybe you’ve even signed up and paid for a program.
If you have kids in school, there’s a good chance they’re kicking off their school year…in your living room.
Kids love to play video games — in apps, on mobile devices and online with friends.
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What’s on your holiday wish list? Perhaps a smart speaker for your kids’ bedroom, or a cuddly cool internet-connected smart toy to help them learn?
Play video games, or have kids who do? For most of us, that’s a yes, according to a recent industry survey.
This week is Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA) Privacy Awareness Week, held annually to raise global awareness about privacy issues.
Parents be warned: some dating apps – like FastMeet, Meet24 and Meet4U – allow adults to find and communicate with children.
Online games and websites for kids are everywhere these days – to the point where it’s commonplace to see toddlers playing with them, too.