REVIEW: Crayola ColorStudio HD

Accessory makers Griffin have teamed up with everyone's favourite crayon brand Crayola for the latest entrant in their App Powered line. The Crayola ColorStudio HD pairs a digital stylus with a free iPad app, letting kids get creative on Apple's tablet without getting felt tip marks down the sofa, or worse; your slate's screen itself. But is the ColorStudio HD set any replacement for a colouring book and a cheap set of pencils?

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Gerald LynchREVIEW: Crayola ColorStudio HD

The kids are alright, says Mark Zuckerberg as he wants to allow children on Facebook

There's a strict age limit of 13 on Facebook at the moment, but it seems Mark Zuckerberg has ambitions of stretching his empire further by hooking'em in while they're young. The idea isn't revolutionary – after all reports have…

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Video: Robot chimp? You got it; enter Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey

Tipped for the top of kids' Christmas lists this year is Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey robot. Priced £24.99, Dave can perform over 30 different actions and movements, controlled via remote control. And yes, before you ask, that includes…

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Gerald LynchVideo: Robot chimp? You got it; enter Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey

Microsoft launch kid-friendly "Click-Clever Click Safe" internet browser

Microsoft have launched a new, kid-friendly version of their Internet Explorer 8 browser. Internet Explorer 8 Click Clever, Click Safe will let youngsters report inappropriate sites, unwelcome attention from strangers and cyberbullying with a single click. "It allows people to…

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Kids search for "sex", "porn" and "YouTube" in 2009, according to Symantec.

Security software company and owners of Norton Anti Virus Symantec have revealed the far-from-innocent terms that youngsters aged below 18 have most searched for in 2009. Tracking the terms used in their OnlineFamily.Norton service, Symantec compiled the list from over…

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Gerald LynchKids search for "sex", "porn" and "YouTube" in 2009, according to Symantec.