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  • Innovators from 6 Countries Join Our Kids’ & Family Tech Expo!

    By Stephanie Azzarone on September 11, 2017
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    The Child’s Play Communications second annual Kids’ & Family Tech Expo is just one day away, and we are thrilled to welcome amazing innovators from six countries — the UK, France, Denmark, Israel, China and the U.S.! Palm-sized robots, interactive water bottles, sleep trackers for kids, and more, are among the products that will be presented to media at the […]
  • Family Fun at CES

    By Stephanie Azzarone on January 12, 2017
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    At last week’s annual and increasingly massive CES show in Las Vegas, I skipped the razzle-dazzle of thinner TVs, smarter cars and VR headsets. Instead, I looked for products specifically designed for kids and parents. This year, I found plenty – a sure sign that tech is truly becoming an integral part of family life for all ages, from the […]
  • Tiny Tech: Coding Goes to Preschool

    By Stephanie Azzarone on November 30, 2016
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    Tech will be at the top of many parents’ shopping lists during holiday season, and this year there are far more choices, for a broader span of age ranges, than ever before. Products from established brands in this space such as WowWee, Spin Master, Wonder Workshop, Sphero, Ozobot, Lego Mindstorms, Activision and Anki continue to appeal. What I find most […]
  • Join Us for the First Kids & Family Tech Expo!

    By Stephanie Azzarone on June 13, 2016
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    Child’s Play Communications is delighted to announce the launch of the first Kids’ & Family Tech Expo, a media event taking place in New York City on Tuesday, September 13, 2016. The only media event exclusively for tech products designed for children and parents, the Kids’ & Family Tech Expo will introduce smart toys, family-friendly apps, kids’ wearables, connected baby […]
  • Is STEM the New Pink?

    By Stephanie Azzarone on September 10, 2015
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    When I was a young girl, my mother wanted me to grow up to be a nurse (“doctor” never entered the picture). Not because either of us felt any affinity for the medical profession, but because nursing was, in her mind, the better alternative to the only other field she saw as open to women: teaching. Opportunities for women had […]