Streaming services have built-in kids’ profiles, so why not devices? Google today is responding to parents’ demand for a better way for their children to
A new study on kids’ app usage and habits indicates a major threat to YouTube’s dominance, as kids now split their time between Google’s online
Google today is making it easier for families to find quality educational apps with the addition of a new “Teacher Approved” section to Google Play.
The COVID-19 outbreak has closed schools across most of the U.S., impacting more than 55 million students who are now learning at home. That’s created
Toys “R” Us is back online, thanks to a new deal with Target. Tru Kids, the parent company that acquired the defunct toy chain following
Microsoft is following Apple and Google’s lead with today’s launch of per-app and per-game time limits in its parental control software. Already, the company allows
Kid-friendly YouTube content now has its own website, youtubekids.com. The website will offer a similar experience to the existing YouTube Kids mobile app, where parents
Viacom’s Nickelodeon is doubling down on the educational aspects of its preschooler-focused streaming service, Noggin, with the acquisition of the early childhood learning platform Sparkler.
A former judge and family law educator has teamed up with tech entrepreneurs to launch an app they hope will help divorced parents better manage