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Full of Apptivity

The Apptivity Gym, from Fisher-Price, is a playful gym that houses an iPhone or an iPad touch to customize unique interactivity for babies as young as newborns. Adults can choose from two unique Fisher-Price apps… read more

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A New Way to Play

Experience the fast-paced thrills of air hockey on your iPad with Pressman Toy‘s iPieces Air Hockey. Dowload the free app and hit the animated hockey puck with the iPieces strikers. Represent a country of your… read more

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The R/C Porsche for Your Apple Device

This R/C from Silverlit uses your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad as the remote control. The Porsche 911 Carrera‘s sound effects deliver the rev of the engine and its force feedback delivers the rumble of… read more

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The New Game of Life

You still get to move your car from space to space and select your path to retirement just like the traditional version, but in the new The Game of Life: Zapped Edition from Hasbro you… read more

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Take Flight with Foam Fighters

AppGear connects apps with traditional toys, providing the user with a unique interface combining the digital and real world. With Foam Fighters from Wowwee, take to the skies with WWII fighter planes for fast action… read more

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Popar Toys Makes Books Pop!

Popar Toys, a division of Digital Tech Frontier, uses augmented reality to create immersive learning experiences that allow the user to see objects and animations on printed 3-D pages, popping off a book or card.… read more

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Puzzles Pieces Come Alive

Stuck inside on a rainy day? Try tackling a one-of-a-kind puzzle. Ravensburger is transforming the puzzle experience with its line of augmented reality (AR), interactive puzzles. The initial debut includes a collection of four 1,000-piece,… read more

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Take Flight with Foam Fighters

Prepare for take off! WowWee’s AppGear is a line of apps that interact with collectible toys and are compatible with iOS and Android devices. Available in the line is Foam Fighters, a collectible line of… read more

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The Tablet That Teaches

The Vinci Tab computer by Rullingnet, was the first kids’ Android-based tablet in the market, and was launched at CES in January 2011. This seven-inch tablet (389-$499), and the five-inch Vinci Tab M ($199-$229), are… read more

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Teddy Bears and Tablets

Tablet Teddy Bears are designed to hold a range of tablet devices with their flexible arms, aiming to minimize neck strain and posture problems. Each bear’s arms can hold a range of tablet sizes at… read more

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