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By Donna Belle - Dec 20, 2016 03:20 AM EST

This is an article that will give you the list to the hottest, most awesome hi-tech toys to buy for kids this year. A variety of cool toys are the top picks to entertain the kids.

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Surveillance Toys, The Joy And Threat For Kids: How Secure Is your Child and Your Home From These Toys?

By Archer Ferguson - Dec 10, 2016 06:01 AM EST

Privacy Watchdog filed the complaint with the intent to provide a secure community for children and their homes. The complaint is addressed appropriately.

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Disney Made Use OF RFID Tags to Transform Ordinary Toys

By Jenn Loro - May 17, 2016 11:29 AM EDT

Disney alongside scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and MIT have found new practical applications in games, interactive objects and toys, and physical interfaces for off-the-shelf radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags. What this ultimately means is that passive and unused RFID tags can now be used for making cheap but simple interactive toys.


Regulations make Fast Food Meals Healthier for Kids, Study Reports

By Cheri Cheng - Sep 01, 2015 04:30 PM EDT

Regulations make Fast Food Meals Healthier for Kids, Study Reports

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Google's Creepiest Patents Yet: Bunny Robots That Will Listen And Talk To Your Kids

By Kamal Nayan - May 22, 2015 11:48 AM EDT

R&D team at Google has patented a design for the devices in the form of bunny teddy bears and rabbit that would turn their heads towards users and listen to what they were saying.

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Japan's Latest "Rina" Girlfriend Talking Pillow 'Moans' When Touched

By Maria Slither - Mar 05, 2015 11:53 AM EST

Rina Makuraba is a recently-developed talking pillow invented by the Japanese developer Koichi Uchimura. Rina is said to respond from touch and will moan and groan if given the right hand movement.

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Doc Screamed When She Saw A Pendant In 16-Month-Old's X-Ray

By R. Siva Kumar - Jan 28, 2015 09:25 AM EST

Children between the ages of six months to six years tend to swallow small objects out of curiosity.

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