Posted by Jennifer Bassett on April 12, 2011 03:00 PM
Yesterday saw the launch of Timbuktu: the first iPad magazine for kids. The inaugural issue is now available for free through iTunes.
The magazine, which aims to present kids with news using colorful graphics, simple language, and sound, joins numerous apps targeted to children on the market. Indeed, since its launch, one of the iPad’s unforeseen positive surprises has been its use as a helpful interactive learning tool for kids. The device is even being used as a tool to educate children with autism.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on April 11, 2011 06:15 PM
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Amazon launches $25 cheaper ad-supported Kindle.
NFL players, owners ordered to start federal mediation.
Donald Trump goes on the warpath against New York media.
BP gives Florida $30 million for advertising.
Costco undercuts cheapest gas prices but stocks $1M diamond ring.
David Beckham says he will collaborate on a kids clothing line with pal Snoop Dogg.
Experian says 30% of searches came from Bing last month.Continue reading...