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Best Educational Gaming Apps For School Age ChildrenStart the school year off right with these fun and challenging games that will keep your kids entertained and learning for hours. These six apps will provide endless laughter while your little one's work hard to solve puzzles, work on new skills, and create.
Apple Releases iOS 10.3 With 'Find My AirPods' FeatureIt is the final update before iOS 11 comes out this summer.
Most Electronics Are Banned From Carry-Ons On Some Overseas Flights Into U.S.The ban affects all flights from eight Middle Eastern and North African countries.
iPhone Users: Update Now To Protect Your Device From SpywareA newly discovered form of spyware could allow hackers to access your information. It's easy to block.
Apple Issues Security Alert For iPhones, iPadsiPhone and iPad users are being warned about spyware. Apple is urging owners to download an urgent software update.
Dolphins Grabs iPad From Visitor At SeaWorld Orlando"As you can see, the dolphins can reach your loose items," a SeaWorld worker says.
Wildlife Officers Kill Bear That Injured CamperWildlife wardens say they had to kill the bear to prevent future incidents.
Apple Unveils New Smaller iPhone, iPad For Business UseApple unveiled a small new iPhone, a new iPad tablet for business use and price cuts for its Apple Watch at a product event Monday.
Man Burned By Purchase In iPad Scam Warns Against Too-Good DealCertainly, $80 dollars for a $600 iPad seemed like a deal, or so Robert thought, until he got it home and took a good look at what he bought from a stranger.
Victorville Woman, 39, Accused Of Cruelty After Video Of Child Hit With iPad Surfaces On Social MediaThe video was posted about three hours after the incident.
Report: LAUSD Chief Says School District Can't Afford iPads For Every StudentSupt. Ramon Cortines says the LAUSD cannot afford a $1.3 billion plan to distribute iPad computer tablets to every student, teacher and administrator, according to a report.
FBI Seizes LAUSD Documents Linked To iPad RolloutFBI agents have seized 20 boxes of documents related to Los Angeles Unified School District's beleaguered $1 billion iPad project, according to a report Tuesday.

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