The Anki Overdrive Fast & Furious Edition offers a fantastic racing experience for everyone and an extra treat for anyone who likes the films.
Circuit Cubes provide a fun and affordable way to teach kids about electricity while bringing their toys to life.
Dr. Panda Plus Home Designer lets kids use augmented reality and their coloring skills to create and learn.
The littleBits Droid Inventor Kit teaches kids about electronics while helping them build and customize their own R2 units.
Your Android phone can read USB flash drives and even full-size SD Cards with the right tools and tips. Here's a step by step guide.
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The best robot kit for younger kids, Lego Boost turns programming into a game your child will want to play.
Sony's pricey STEM kit teaches kids to code, using a combination of helpful lessons and powerful building blocks.
Children as young as six years old can use Anki Code Lab to learn how to program, even if they can't yet read.
Designed to help children improve their STEM skills, Sony's new KOOV kits features a large set of blocks and sensors.
The Aorus K9 Optical is built to withstand a constant barrage of running water so you can clean it and avoid damage from spills.
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A unique and compelling gadget, this portable clock and Bluetooth speaker shows 8-bit art, animations and alerts on its colorful display.
This $199 robot kit can take three free forms, while teaching children some serious programing skills.
A new set of tools and instructions allow HoloLens developers to create immersive videos and photos of their software in action.
Tenka Labs' Circuit Cubes will connect to any Lego-compatible bricks and give them motors and lights, while teaching kids about electricity.
AARP VP Anne Marie Kilgallon talks to FamilyTech TV about the best ways for people 50+ to make the most of technology.
The $349 STEMI Hexapod kit has everything teens and adults need to build a very complex robot, including a series of video lessons and a powerful Arduino board.
Children as young as three years old can learn basic programming skills by rolling the KUBO robot over a series of tiles.
Comcast's automation and security system ties together a variety of smart home gadgets into one helpful package.
This Lego set lets children as young as seven build five different robots and program them with a mobile app.
This connected clock tracks kids' sleep patterns and shows them when it's time to wake up or stay in bed.