The Own It app is available in the UK beginning today.
You've got to pick the right tool and teach them to use it properly.
There are a couple of new FreeTime features too.
It uses a smartphone and a paper funnel to detect fluid buildup.
What to buy, and what you can do without.
The world is filled with technological pitfalls and online dangers.
What to stream if YouTube isn't sanitized enough for your liking.
Being constantly connected and surrounded by screens poses a serious challenge.
It's different when they're not yours.
From apps and devices to the trusty spreadsheet, there's plenty of options.
From curious toddler to preteen inventor, and everything in between.
Because we all know most children are space cadets.
And the reasons you should.
The best tools for teaching science and technology are often screen-free.
The best baby monitor isn't necessarily the one with the most features.
Tried and tested by Engadget's resident moms and dads.
The new program will hopefully keep kids interested in STEM a lot longer.
The toothbrush company that sponsors all your favorite podcasts is now coming for Junior.
You can amass virtual toys by tuning in.
For when your kids are ready to do more than just code.
But I wuv it.
Walls and ceilings can't stop this laser-driven auto.
The PowerUp 4.0, PowerUp Racers and OKO Multi View will be available later this year.
The classic family game gets a digital makeover.
It's a real step up from folding paper airplanes.
It's not quite the same as you remember, but it's close enough.
Listen to your little nugget's heartbeat without a doctor appointment.
The mat will analyze breathing and motion, sounding an alarm if it detects neither for 20 seconds.
The company says the sounds are similar to what babies hear in the womb.
We asked one of our parents on staff.