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Mattel Aristotle Smart Baby Monitor (0)

Looking after the baby can be quite a challenging task for parents. Those who juggle work and taking care of a kid can have their hands full day in and day out. Even the smallest of conveniences can help make life easier for most parents. The Mattel Aristotle Smart Baby Monitor will surely be a welcome assistant to have around. Modern Way Of Monitoring the Baby The Mattel Aristotle Smart Baby Monitor is more than just a portable camera that parents can check now and then while doing other tasks. It is a smart baby monitor that does more than just providing the means for parents to have their eyes on baby even while in another room at home. This baby monitor makes use of the latest in artificial intelligence, natural language interaction and other technologies to provide other functions while looking after the baby. Aristotle Functions The Aristotle  baby monitor from Mattel is voice-controlled that can also function s a digital assistant for parents. It comes with Bluetooth connectivity, Wi-Fi Camera with object recognition features, Wi-Fi Direct speakers with multicolored LED lights and 256-bit encryption through the cloud for added security. Parents and even the kids can use Aristotle's functions by voice. It can support connectivity with other smart devices that make up a smart home. But as a baby monitor, it can sense a baby's cries  and try to soothe the baby back to sleep or provide some comfort. It can turn on the lights, play a soothing lullaby, and even notify mommy and daddy of the crying. Aristotle has other smart features that makes it useful. It can also, for example, determine if the baby is running out of diapers and alert the parents into buying more or order from participating retailers. It can even tell bedtime stories for older kids to help them sleep. And since it is smart, Aristotle can also help the older kids with homework. The new Aristotle Smart Baby Monitor from Mattel is expected to be available sometime in June of this year and estimated to cost around $299. Image Source: CNET Read More

Google Partners With Mattel For Updated View Master (0)

Among the many technologies that are getting more and more popular nowadays, 3D seems to be at the forefront. We are now looking at many devices sporting 3D features as more and more people are clamoring for it. Aside from 3D movies, we now have 3D TV's and even 3D features in smartphones. And now, we will even be seeing 3D content for kids in the future, thanks to Mattel's partnership with Google to come up with the new View Master. The View Master is a classic toy that is given that 3D update and more. The classic one provides kids with 3D views of images on the provided film reel that you put into the device. But the new View Master can provide more than that. It can now provide 360-degree photospheres for kids to marvel at, thanks to Google Cardboard features added into the device. By putting a compatible smartphone armed with the required app inside the View Master and the View Master Experience Reel, kids may be able to explore 360-degree views of famous places and landmarks, nature and even the planets. It is like going to a field trip and exploring the different scenes right in your own home. The new View Master is easy to use and even features interactive functions that will make each View Master exploration a learning experience by discovering fun facts as well. Kids are not only limited to explore places here on earth but can also experience virtual reality views of planets as well. It is a nostalgic toy giving kids a new means of experiencing what their grandparents probably enjoyed in the late 1930's and beyond. But this time, kids get the virtual reality experience through it. The new View Master is expected to be available sometime this fall for $30. Experience Reels will be sold separately for $15. Image Source: View Master Read More

Apple pulls out “Barbie” plastic surgery app (0)

The Apple App Store has pulled out a Barbie-inspired plastic surgery app after an intense backlash led in party by an anti-sexism group. The game, called "Plastic Surgery & Plastic Doctor & Plastic Hospital Office for Barbie Version", was launched last week and has a rating of "9 and up". The plastic surgery app lets aspiring surgeons perform graphic liposuction procedures on an "unfortunate girl" to make her "slim and beautiful". The walkthrough includes injecting anesthetic, making incisions using a scalpel, and sucking fat out with a pump. This process is repeated several times on the girl's different "problem areas". The app, which was launched last week, received scorn from across the Internet, including the Everyday Sexism Project that initiated a Twitter campaign bugging iTunes to remove the game. In multiple tweets, the group asked iTunes to "reconsider marketing this 'game' to players aged 9+". It was taken out of the App Store a few hours after. The developer of the plastic surgery app is identified only as "corina rodriquez", who has over two dozen iOS apps in the App Store, most of which feature surgery and makeover themes. Although the app uses "Barbie" on its name, it does not appear to be associated with Mattel. Source: Mashable Read More

Computer Engineer Barbie (3)

Barbie has come a long way from being "just" a fashion model or a girl who just likes to drive and shop around town. Recently, Mattel conducted a survey among Barbie lovers around the world on what career should she take next. The most popular choice was Computer Engineer, which perfectly reflects the current time when people are connected via the Internet and social networking sites. The Barbie I Can Be... Computer Engineer doll features the doll in a "geek-chic" look, complete with hot pink accessories and gadgets like a laptop and even an iPhone. The set comes with a special code that unlocks career-themed content online. The Computer Engineer Barbie is now available online and in retail stores for only US$12.99. Source: Engadget Read More

Hot Wheels Stealth Rides: They Fold! (0)

Toy superpower Mattel unveils the latest Hot Wheels to hit the shelves in 2010 and they are the first of its kind.  The Stealth Rides are actually flat, but push a button and they pop out into remote-control, pocket-sized vehicles!These folding toy cars are about the size of a credit card and about as slim as a mobile phone when flat.  Once they turn into actual vehicles, they are just as small as the usual Hot Wheels.  They come with a plastic case that serves as a carrying case and remote control.  The Stealth Rides come in five different models, including two cars, two tanks, and a "Batmobile Tumbler" that Mattel will debut in February in the Toy Fair in New York.The Hot Wheels Stealth Rides will be available in August 2010, costing about US$25 per vehicle, cheaper than the usual remote control cars!Image source:  CNN Read More

10 Hottest Kid-Friendly Gadgets (0)

1. Comfy Easy PC Learning SystemIt's educational and helps develop your child's motor and cognitive skills. It is composed of Easy PC keyboard with colorful designs, different shapes and keys with various functions (plays music and or say informative things). Your child can also interact with cute Comfy characters. It includes the Beginner software called First Steps which are for children aged 1 to 3 years old. Additional softwares are available for $19.99 each. 2. Oregon Scientific Darth Vader Learning LaptopThis cool gadget is designed in the shape of Darth Vader's mask. Your child can choose to play as a Jedi or as Darth Vader. It features a touch-sensitive backlit LCD screen, a "Light Saber" pointer, A QWERTY keyboards and 50 activities. All of these activities are very educational and includes subjects like logic, memory, music and many others. Perfect for kids aged 4 and up. 3. Techno Source Rubik's RevolutionThe old Rubik's Cube just got cooler. Techno Source has recently released an interactive electronic version of the Rubik's Cube. This one features six games namely Light Speed, Rapid Recharge, Pattern Panic, Cube Catcher, Code Cracker, and Multiplayer Madness. Basically you need to press the lights on each side of the cube. It helps develop your memory. Just turn and spin the cube. The faster you move the cube, the faster you'll get to the next level. The Rubiks Revolution operates on 3 AAA batteries. Avail of one for $19.99. For Ages 5 and beyond.4. Mattel Barbie Girls MP3 PlayerBarbie will always be a little girl's best friend. Mattel continues to make Barbie relevant by turning her into an MP3 player now. The Barbie Girls MP3 player is a 512 MB music player shaped like Barbie, which also doubles as an actual doll. It even comes with snap-on outfits! It also comes with a belt clip, storage case, and adjustable earbuds. It has an expandable miniSD slot for additional memory (up to 2GB) and battery life of about 10 hours. Your kid also plug the Barbie Girls MP3 player into your computer to unlock a virtual world on Available for $59.99. A 1GB version of Barbie Girls MP3 player is also available for $93.57. For ages 6 and up.5. Brian The BrainBrian the Brain may perhaps be the smartes toy your child could ever have. Don't believe me? Get this. It uses voice-recognition technology, it can tell your kids funny jokes, fun facts, trivia and can even ask your child to play a game. And guess what? Brian the Brain has another side to him - well sides actually. He's also MP3 player compatible, offers a retractable hand-held keypad, a digital alarm clock, light show, and - here come the educational stuff - dictionary and encyclopedia. Brian even has a speaker phone to make calls. Brian operates on four AA batteries. Available for $79.99. For kids aged 6 and up.6. Spongebob SquarePants Npower Digital VGA Camera Our favorite yellow square sponge seems to be everywhere but his pineapple abode these days. In food, clothes, whatnot. Recently, Imation and Nickelodeon got together and launched the Npower brand. Npower offers more than 20 electronic gadgets inspired by some of Nickelodeon's most famous characters. One of them is the Spongebob SquarePants Npower Digital VGA Digital Camera. This digital features 8 MB of internal memory with a SD/MMC card slot expandable up to 1GB. It also has shutter sound effects that feature sounds made famous by the cartoon, like a ukelele and foghorn. The camera has a 1.1-inch color LCD screen for viewing your pictures, and autoflash. It also comes with SpongeBob SquarePants-inspired adhesive skins. Available for $49.99. For kids aged 6 and up.7. WowWee Flytech Barry B. BensonThis radio-controlled flying bee was invented by a 15-year old (at that time) Sean Frawly. Inspired by the Dreamworks animated movie Bee Movie, WowWee designed this first ever, radio-controlled flying bee. Part of the Flytech product line, Barry B. Benson can be controlled to fly, flutter, soar, dive and glide. It reportedly able to achieve speeds of about 18mph! Use the included remote control to guide Barry 's direction, height and speed. For beginner bee-flyers, Barry B. Benson is crash resisitant. It operates on six AA batteries and comes with a pair of spare wings and propeller, detachable antenna, and tail ribbon. Available for $49.99. For kids aged 8 and up.8. Mattel U.B. FunkeysFunkeys are cute, collectable figurines from Mattel. Apart from simply looking cute, these Funkeys, when placed in their "hub" and connected to your computer, unlock a secret secret "Terrapinia" virtual world. Each Funkey provides access to a new zone and new games. Players earn "coins" which they can use to buy items to decorate their virtual houses and post these houses online for your friends to see. The Starter Kit includes the U.B. Funkeys hub and two Funkeys, for $34.95. Additional U.B. Funkey Tribes go for $8.95 for a set of three. For ages 8 and up.9. High School Musical Digital Mix Stick MP3 PlayerAnyone who has a child and has a television knows Highschool Musical. Disney Channel has it in sing-along version, dance-along version, and whatever-else-is-possible-version. They even released a sequel. And now they have an MP3 of the famous TV movie. It features 512 MB of onboard memory, plus 1 GB of expandable memory via a SD/MMC slot. The Highschool Musical Digital Mix Stick supports MP3 and WMA formats. It also comes with a lanyard and earbuds. It also plays Disney Mix Clips which are sold separately.10. Tiger Electronics POWER TOUR Electric GuitarThis kid-gadget is designed for you kids to either grow up to be an aspiring rockstar or a Guitar Hero game addict. Just kidding. This gadget might help your kid to become musically inclined. Instead of strings, the Tiger Electronics POWER TOUR Electric Guitar has touch sensors with LED lights and dual-function knobs. Kids can learn to play along to any or all of the 12 pre-loaded songs. Or play along to whatever is playing on their MP3 players. Kids can play along to a pre-loaded song (get this, some of the pre-loaded songs include "Wild Thing" and "Smoke on the Water". Cool huh?) by following the multi-colored lights along the frets. Oh, and if you are wondering how you're going to deal with the noise, worry not, a headphone jack is available so you can still have some quiet time in your house. By the way, the Power Tour Amp (yes, they have that too . Cool huh?) is sold separately for $49.99. The Power Tour Electric Guitar operates on four AA batteries. Available in black or white for $69.99. For kids 10 and up. Read More

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