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Google launches Google Kids Space, a ‘kids mode’ feature for Android, initially on Lenovo tablets

Google launches Google Kids Space, a ‘kids mode’ feature for Android, initially on Lenovo tablets 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 interact with technology with the launch of the new “Google Kids Space,” […]

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Microsoft’s new Family Safety app offers parental controls across phones, PCs and Xbox

Microsoft’s new Family Safety app offers parental controls across phones, PCs and Xbox Microsoft’s new screen time and parental controls app, Microsoft Family Safety, is today launching publicly on iOS and Android, following a preview of the experience which had arrived earlier this spring. The app is designed to help parents better […]

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Roblox launches Party Place, a private venue for virtual birthday parties and other meetups

Roblox launches Party Place, a private venue for virtual birthday parties and other meetups The coronavirus pandemic and related government lockdowns have led to a surge in online gaming — particularly on social platforms where people can connect with real-life friends in a virtual venue. We’re already heard of Fortnite birthday parties, […]

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Parenting benefits company Cleo partners with UrbanSitter to address the US childcare crisis

Parenting benefits company Cleo partners with UrbanSitter to address the US childcare crisis Parenting benefits company Cleo is partnering with on-demand childcare service UrbanSitter to address a problem facing many parents today amid the pandemic: a lack of childcare, even as they’re required to return to work. With summer camps, daycares and […]

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TikTok introduces parental controls with new ‘Family Safety Mode’ feature, launching first in U.K.

TikTok introduces parental controls with new ‘Family Safety Mode’ feature, launching first in U.K. TikTok announced today the introduction of a new set of parental controls, called “Family Safety Mode,” designed to let parents set limits on their teenage children’s use of the TikTok mobile app. The suite of features includes screen […]

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Kidtech startup SuperAwesome raises $17M, with strategic investment from Microsoft’s M12 venture fund

Kidtech startup SuperAwesome raises M, with strategic investment from Microsoft’s M12 venture fund Kidtech startup SuperAwesome has raised an additional $17 million in funding, which includes a new strategic investment from Microsoft’s venture fund, M12. Others participating in the round include existing investors, Mayfair Equity, Hoxton Ventures, and Ibis, along with other […]

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CBS All Access launches kids’ programming, soon to include Nickelodeon shows

CBS All Access launches kids’ programming, soon to include Nickelodeon shows CBS’s over-the-top streaming service, CBS All Access, is the latest to counter the threat from Disney+ by investing in children’s programming. Today, the company is launching a kids’ programming lineup including original shows and other library content. Plus, in one of […]

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Spotify launches a dedicated Kids app for Premium Family subscribers

Spotify launches a dedicated Kids app for Premium Family subscribers In a move to boost family subscriptions to its app, Spotify this morning announced the launch of a dedicated Kids application which allows children three and up to listen to their own music, both online and offline, as well as explore playlists […]

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Toys R Us relaunches its website where online sales are powered by Target

Toys R Us relaunches its website where online sales are powered by Target 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 its bankruptcy, has announced the relaunch of the ToysRUs.com website as it begins the […]

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YouTube Kids launches on the web

YouTube Kids launches on the web 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 will be able to direct their child to videos that are age-appropriate, as well as track their child’s watch history and […]

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