Kids

  • Flurry: iOS Devices Led Activations Over Christmas Holiday

    … Flurry Analytics released data analyzing device and application activation throughout the week leading up to Christmas and the start of Hanukkah. The data showed that for every Samsung device activated from Dec. 19 through 25, two Apple devices were activated. Specifically, during this time frame, 44 percent of new phone activations were…

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  • Pinterest Unveils 100 Ideas to Try in 2017

    … hairstyles are definitely a yes. R.I.P. coffin nails, chrome is killing it. Health goth is the dark side of athleisure. Adventure travel is getting more love than romantic escapes. You just have to go to Kyoto. Ditch the therapist for energy healing. Cold showers should be part of your morning routine. Story prompts spark kids’ imaginations. Celebrity…

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  • SPI 234: Teens Can Be Entrepreneurs Too, with Eva Baker

    … each and every one of them. If you have any questions, head on over to AskPat.com. This bite-sized show has more than two million downloads and counting! And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates, or even better, download the new SPI Mobile App, now available for both iOS and Android. It’s free! Special thanks to Eva for joining me this week. Until next time! …

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  • The Effect My Kids Have Had on My Business

    … My kids have changed me, and they’ve changed my business. It has been an incredible challenge to balance being a parent to little children and being a parent to a business too, but despite the challenges I can definitely say that my kids have made an extremely positive impact on the growth of my business and who I am as a person. This isn’t…

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  • Lock2Learn on Android Makes Kids’ Device Time More Productive

    … to block specific apps, so their children can’t access them while using the device. As children interact with the platform, parents can view performance reports online (or receive them via email), which allow them to see how their kids are performing across each subject, and how their device is being used. In a statement, Ryan Weldon, founder…

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