Kaspersky and Skill Cup have partnered up to help the younger generation get a grip on cybersecurity.
Following its move to block adults messaging children who they do not follow, now Facebook is reportedly creating an Instagram for Kids.
The Fitbit Ace 3 launches globally next week and will retail in South Africa for R1 799 as a fitness tracker designed with kids in mind.
Project Artemis is a new technique developed by Microsoft and a team of stakeholders that can identify when a child is being groomed online.
The details of the settlement have not been disclosed but TikTok took little time in settling this matter.
A move the company is making in order to comply with the FTC.
Think Camp has a number of kid’s coding and programming courses on offer in August. Here are three worthwhile ones.
With coding a key skill required for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, here are five apps that can help your kids get into it.
This week we chat Huawei, tracking your children and a new notebook from the HP Spectre range.
It’s never too early to learn a new language.
ESET South Africa CEO Carey van Vlaanderen shares some advice for parents with youngsters itching to get online.
Chase away boredom with games, movies and even books with these great child friendly apps.
The internet is a wonderful place but it has the potential to be a dark, scary place as well.
Imagine change for South Africa’s children and share your ideas with others.
The Doctor and a Dalek will attempt to help each other through the art of programming.
Educational, colourful and absorbing apps worth downloading from the Google Play Store.
How would one teach kids engineering in a fun way where the end result is a fully-functioning camera?