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High-tech toys are not as popular as you might think, as parents worry about screentime and short-lived attention.

May 15 2019

High-tech toys are not as popular as you might think, as parents worry about screentime and short-lived attention. The company behind the Cosmo robot folded, just-for-kids drones are posing safety and legal risks, and all-things-Silicon Valley are raising privacy red flags. Meanwhile, toys that allow for simple play with an optional tech experience are trending. For instance, Nintendo Labo kits let kids create toys out of cardboard, and then use a mobile phone to turn their creation into an augmented reality experience. (Kidscreen)