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Artist Kyle Lambert proves he has more talent in one finger than the rest of us could ever hope for.
In a world where we become more and more dependent on technology, Doug Zeigler tries find an equilibrium between the real and online worlds for his children.
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Tony Chen, founder of savvydaddy.com, lays out the best strategies to engage kids with the coolest Apple gadget
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While you and I were making breakfast, LAPD Detective Gus Martinez was climbing on board the ferris wheel on the Santa Monica Pier. Other than 5 minute breaks, he didn’t stop riding until 25 hours later.
Bringing more music to you anywhere, the popular software package adds great new features.
Mark Radcliffe takes note of Apple, Inc’s promise to help Foxconn create a safer and more ethical workplace for the workers who manufacture their products.
Jamie Reidy shares the story of Lee Ridley, a hilarious comedian who cannot speak due to cerebral palsy.
Stay-at-home dad raising funds to invent a cool new app for exhausted parents.
Jay Palter wants his children to grow up knowing how to unleash their creativity.