Whether you have new technology for Christmas or are looking to find new ways to enjoy older devices, here's some essential advice on apps and games for families.
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Forty four per cent have a device according to Ofcom's new report into the media habits and attitudes of UK children.
New guidelines tell parents something they already knew: it's OK to let small children watch a bit of telly
The American Academy of Pediatrics has overturned their controversial screen time guidelines which said children under the age of two should have no interaction with technology.
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The company behind the Eve Online game issues warning to all online gambling sites using its content.
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There's been quite a lot of interest recently in monitoring apps, which allow you to track your child, alerting you to where they are and what they're doing. Sounds like a brilliant idea, no? But experts warn you should think twice before putting your child under surveillance. We look at the pros and cons.