I have an iPad. I also have a 6-year old daughter. Which really means my 6-year old daughter has an iPad. Sure I monitor how much time she spends on it. But if you were to look at my iPad’s you will see that I have about 2 pages of apps. She has 6.
When I download an app for her, I can do my research and know it’s safe. But what happens when she searches the web? Remember McGruff the crime dog from the 80′s? Well apparently he’s still around and he’s keeping our kids safe when they’re on an iPad. Read more
If you have teenagers or children in college, you know that occassionally they need some cash from you. Sometimes more than occasionally and sometimes they are adult children who still mooch off of you.
Giving a one-year old their own tablet computer may be a little controversial, but there is no denying the fact that children use technology younger than ever. My own five-year old can navigate a computer better than my mother.
If you think your toddler needs a tablet and you don’t want to share yours, check out the Vinci tablet, which is designed for children 0-4 years old.
For parents of school children, organizing all school documents, photos and report cards can be overwhelming. Do you keep it, do you throw it out, do you scan it?
And for these types of memories, there is only so much technology can do. Parents sometimes just need a place to store those precious Thanksgiving hand turkeys. And momAgenda knows this.
The creators of Angry Birds know a gold mine when they see it. After 250 million downloads, they realize it’s no time to slow down. It’s actually time for an update.
And what better season to have a picnic – or a pignic – than summer? Get ready for the 6th episode of Angry Birds Seasons – Summer Pignic. Read more
When you travel, your iPhone or iPod Touch is a great device to keep yourself or kids occupied. Load it up with everyone’s favorite movies and you won’t have to worry about hearing the dreaded ARE WE THERE YET?
iPhone cases with stands are great. And really, anything is better than having to hold your phone for a two hour movie. But if you want something different, check out the Seat Buddy.
I don’t normally advocate sharing your gadgets, but if you absolutely must share your iPad with your child, this is the way to do it.
With children younger and younger using the internet for entertainment purposes, it’s becoming more and more necessary for parents to monitor their usage.
AVG Technologies – the great people who have given you the antivirus and anti-malaware software – have created a solution for parents. AVG Family Safety gives your child the freedom to roam the web, but also keeps you informed of what they’re doing. Read more
An iPhone is a great phone, am excellent productivity tool, a fantastic entertainment device and occasionally a dynamite baby-sitter.
I’ve mentioned before that my preschooler absolutely loves my iPod Touch. However she is a child and we know children aren’t too tech savvy. Neither are some parents. Read more
My four year old loves my iPod Touch. And when I say love, I mean that she thinks it is hers and she has gotten further in Angry Birds than I have.
So my little electronic baby-sitter is great – I’ve downloaded educational apps, so she’s learning. She can play games, watch movies and even draw pictures. Read more
As parents, we cannot wait for our little babies to talk. And then once they start, and get to the point where they’re screaming “Mommy! Daddy!” 3,000 times a day, we want them to stop.
Same with walking – once they’re able to run away from us, we wish they were still crawling. Read more
My daughter is an only child, and at four and a half, sometimes she can get a little lonely.
And at four and a half, she’s also very tech savvy having recently asked me if she could download something. So apps are a big part of my parenting. I should write a parenting book, I know. Read more
Barbie has worked everywhere, and has been everything from a flight attendant to dentist to a McDonald’s cashier. And once again she’s looking for a new career.
Throw a pair of glasses on her, give her a smart phone, a blue tooth headset, and a laptop and voila – she’s a computer software engineer. Read more