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Maybe a child in your life has been begging for a certain electronic toy hamster. Or your partner has the latest smartphone on a holiday wish list. You may have even splurged on a new e-reader for yourself. But you may not be prepared for the challenges once you get these gadgets out of their boxes. Join Kojo as we explore how to get the most of this season’s tech toys after they’re unwrapped.
- Lisa Guernsey Director of New America Foundation's Early Education Initiative, journalist, and author of Into the Minds of Babes: How Screen Time Affects Children From Birth to Age Five (Basic Books).
- Jason Oxman Senior Vice President for Industry Affairs, Consumer Electronics Association
- Warren Buckleitner Editor, Children's Technology Review
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