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You may already own a stylus or two for your iPad, but when it comes to the small hands of younger users, Griffin's new Crayola Light Marker might be the ideal choice. Rather than requiring you to draw on the tablet's screen, the larger, marker-sized accessory allows you to draw in the air and ...

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Artist Blair Neal, as many other great creators have before him, turned to children's toys as the source of inspiration for his latest project. Crayolascope is a rudimentary 3D display hacked together from several Glow Books, a light-up play on a flip-book from the titular company. The installatio...

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Griffin announced via its Facebook page that its collaboration with Crayola, ColorStudio HD for iPad, is now available. We first heard of it just before CES, when news of the app along with the new iMarker stylus came out. The US$29.99 marker-styled accessory allows kids -- or any other coloring e...

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Feel like learning? We sure hope so, since that seems to be the theme for this week's releases, at least in the U.S. Personally, we'd be most interested in learning how to win lots of money at poker, but we're not sure World Series of Poker falls in line with most of this week's titles ... if only i...

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Crayola has recently announced a cluster of new products that have little to do with the company's signature product, namely, crayons. The coloring-wax manufacturer is adding to its line of electronics aimed at the kiddies, with a new batch of intensely-colored gear produced by electronics maker S...

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The washable-crayon-stylus hybrid thing seen here may still be a dream in our somewhat odd fanboy minds, but it is true that Crayola is bringing its unique brand of waxy, brittle pigment to the DS in electronic form. The company has made an agreement with publisher Crave to release a Crayola-themed ...

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It's not everyday that we get to write about one of our favorite low-tech-but-still-awesome companies: Crayola. After all, it was pretty much impossible to be a 20th century kid without having drawn with (or tried to eat) a fistful of crayons. Well, Crayola's now trying to draw (har) in new generat...

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