Whether you are hosting your first or your 20th holiday feast, these apps are filled with ideas to have fun as a family this holiday.
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Below I have listed interactive apps for kids to enjoy, from Christmas classics to games and other activities that will keep them occupied.
Christmas Eve is an evening full of excitement and suspense as kids try to figure out just when Santa will be arriving at their doorstep full of gifts for everyone. The great thing for both parents and children anticipating the arrival of Saint Nick is that there are plenty of apps available to track his MORE »
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Many of us are familiar with Google. We use it to search for holiday gift ideas. Yet, others use Android smartphones. And some of us even use Google Wallet to make purchases at Google Play. The Google Credit Card But what if I told you that Google is now getting into the credit card business. MORE »
I am planning on going on a bit of a hiatus when my son goes on winter break, being fully present for my 5-year-old (and soon to be 10-month-old). We will go on an epic adventure that will more than likely include: cupcakes, pizza, hot chocolate, blisteringly cold walks down the streets of New York MORE »
If any of these sound like someone you know, fear not - here are some gadgets you can get them wondering what took them so long to embrace this medium.
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Let’s face it, the smartphone market is saturated. Today, as consumers we have a great deal of choices — from Apple, to HTC, to Motorola to Samsung. The amount of choices has become more of an issue than a benefit. As consumers we are constantly being bombarded by choices or by messages like this one MORE »
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