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Using technology to make kids’ toys super cool - seems like a happy enough situation, no? Sadly things are not that simple for Mattel's new WiFi Barbie doll, which critics fear could be used to spy on children, invade their privacy and use them as marketing tools.
With Nearly 120,000 Votes in 24 Categories, BabyCenter Parents Select Their Favorite Products SAN FRANCISCO, March 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
First 50 People in Line at the AvaStarShip in Kenwood Towne Centre on Saturday and Sunday will get a FREE Doll or Action Figure and a FREE Video ST.
Designed for smart phones and tablets, the new Pigsy app teaches financial counting using personalization for high engagement. Tuscon, AZ (PRWEB) March 09, 2015
AULA President and CEO to testify in favor of HB 1112, the "Born Alive Infant Protection Act," before the Colorado House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee WASHINGTON and
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Innovative technology, family-friendly gameplay and world-class licensed properties highlight Spin Master's 2015 line-up NEW YORK, Feb.
As Valentine's Day approaches The Little Gym shares healthy habits you can build with those you love. Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) February 13, 2015
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STEM Based Sets Are Especially Designed to Empower Girls! Hatfield, PA (PRWEB) February 11, 2015 K’NEX Brands, the US construction toy company focused
The slinky consists of a helical spring that stretches and can bounce up and down. The spring can travel down stairs as it stretches and re-forms itself with the aid of gravity and momentum. Invented by Richard James in 1940's the slinky was demonstrated at Gimbels department store in 1945. The store sold its entire inventory of 400 units in ninety minutes. James Industries was formed to manufacture the slinky. It was until 1998 that the James family cashed in by selling the company to...
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.