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Once you tiptoe past a certain age, ignoring calls from mom and dad sort of becomes de rigueur as you go about your day. That sort of filial nonsense doesn't fly when you're younger though, and now there's an app to make sure you return you young'uns return your parents' calls - it's called Ignore

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August 19, 2014 at 7:10PM
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Amazon just solved one of the bigger dilemmas for parents buying that new Kindle Fire HD -- how to keep the kids in a safe zone for content. It's introducing Kindle FreeTime, a special mode that makes it easier for younguns to navigate while letting the adults create separate profiles dictating wh

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As the entry age for web access heads ever southwards, preventing young minds from the perils of the internet is a growing concern for parents. For this reason, Microsoft teamed up with the UK-based CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center) to create a special kid-friendly version of i

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Apparently, tracking your kid's every footstep with that undercover cellphone you \"gave\" him / her as a generous birthday present just isn't good enough for some overly protective (or paranoid) guardians, as Inilex's \"Kepler Advantage\" device gives parents the means to keep watch over any ill-advise

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Parents of the 21st century must be exceptionally bad at keeping track of their kids, given that we've seen a small handful of devices trying to achieve what parents somehow have been able to do for millennia without the benefit of such gadgetry. The latest addition to the party is Tranwo's Digita

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