Women without kids have earned more than employed mothers for decades or longer. But differences between these two kinds of workers, in terms of the education under their belts and the job experience on their resumes, are ...
You've seen apps and toys that promise to teach your child to code. Now enter the robots.
Child development experts and advocates are urging Facebook to pull the plug on its new messaging app aimed at kids.
The children's section at the giant Consumer Electronics Show this week touted "innovations that enable 21st century kids to learn and play smarter than ever."
An electronic toy-maker has agreed to pay $650,000 to settle charges from the Federal Trade Commission that it collected personal information on hundreds of thousands of children without their parents knowing.
While it might not bring parents as much joy as a first step or first word, the right time to introduce kids to a smartphone is an important moment.
Torn between the benefits and drawbacks of social media, Leigh Turberville Harrell hasn't decided yet whether to let her children use Facebook's new messaging app for kids.
To celebrate 50 years since kids programming languages were first introduced, Google created a special Google Doodle "Coding for Carrots" game directed at kids to get them excited and engaged about coding.
Facebook is coming for your kids.
A new study shows that ants go for the wiser option, even if it means working a bit harder.