A Gift Guide For The Childless Who Have To Buy Gifts For Children

giftguide-splash-childless Buying toys for kids is like trying to help a couple of strangers carry a couch up two flights of steps. While your assistance may be appreciated, in theory, you’re probably going to end up doing something wrong. To that end, we present five toys that are, in theory, amazing (and I like all of them and you should, if the child in question is old enough to handle them, buy them) but that… Read More


Jumpy Is An Open-Platform Smartwatch Just For Kids

Jumpy A Taipei-based hardware startup called JoyRay wants to create a smartwatch for kids that won’t end up abandoned like the Velveteen Rabbit. Founder and CEO Jerry Chang, who was division head of Foxconn’s smartphone business before leaving last December, believes the key to creating a kids’ smartwatch with enduring appeal is to make it open platform and release new apps… Read More


Romantic Kissing

Romantic Kissing Romantic Kissing is a very nice kissing game. This couple, Jack and Kate, are in love and they want to kiss, but nobody should see them doing it. You have to watch the other people and let them …


Delusion Puzzle

Delusion Puzzle Delusion puzzle is a new kind of game, which can be very hard to complete. You must turn all the round tiles to the purple squares. Click on them to swap places and get all the purple ones. …


Delusion Puzzle

Delusion Puzzle Delusion puzzle is a new kind of game, which can be very hard to complete. You must turn all the round tiles to the purple squares. Click on them to swap places and get all the purple ones. …


Airborne-Kangaroo

Airborne-Kangaroo Airborne Kangaroo is a funny game in which you have to help this kangaroo to jump to the top. Collect coins along the way, jump from cloud to cloud. Buy upgrades to get even higher. With the collected coins …


Sproutkin Ditches Its “Netflix For Kids’ Books” Service, Moves Into Digital Subscriptions

Screen Shot 2014-11-19 at 3.31.41 PM Parents weren’t interested in a “Netflix for Children’s Books” service, apparently. A company called Sproutkin, which launched in spring of 2013 offering shipments of just under a dozen books which parents paid for on a monthly basis but could return at any time for a new batch. The idea was that, in their younger years, kids quickly outgrew their books, and this would… Read More