The year when YouTube began its own kid’s channel, the year when Spin Master and WowWee took robots to a new level, the year when Leapfrog entered the console business and kids’ wearables poked up on the radar. From Toca Boca’s rally cry to kids’ freedom, David Pogue’s summation of the quantified self, and Richard Barry’s optimistic look at the future of the toy business, this was an exciting year for the next generation of Digital Kids. Plus, the KAPi Awards made it abundantly clear that innovation is not lost in the kids’ industry.
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