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Video With the DreamTab and Other Kids' Tech at CES

From Email for Kids to Electronic Playground Equipment

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The new DreamTab tablet from DreamWorks Animation and Fuhu offers kids educational activities, email and chat functionality, web browsing and other features, all under parents' control and limited in ways to protect young users. Websites must appear on a parent-approved white list, for example, in order for kids to visit them, and although ads on the sites render just fine, kids can't click through. The DreamTab even offers a chores application, where kids can earn virtual coins (bought by their parents using real money) that are redeemable for content, games and physical products. But that wasn't the only kids' tech on display at the Consumer Electronics Show.

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