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November 2009 | Vol. VIII - No. 11


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How the iPod is Changing Kids' Lives

The Kidult Trend Takes on Mainstream Product


Will Apple's iPod come to rule the world — even for kids? With an increasing number of books, music and games for children created as iPhone apps, and parents who aren't afraid to hand over their "toy" to keep junior busy, the answer may be yes. In TDmonthly Magazine's December issue, see how companies are making the iPhone kid friendly and how other "kidult" gadgets are making a deeper dent in the toy market.

See article: "An App a Day Keeps the Boredom Away"






Chris LundyWriter's Bio: Chris Lundy is a freelance writer and game designer who covered municipal news for several New Jersey newspapers. He's also written comic books and short screenplays. Read more articles by this author


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