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How IoT affects Helicopter Parenting?

IoT affects helicopter parenting

Helicopter Parenting would be a subject that’ll definitely make you sneered. Yes, at this 21st century, some parents still want to micromanage their kids. Whether it’s 18-year-old or 2 years old toddler, parents couldn’t stop worrying. I’m not interested in kicking off one side attack against this parenting style (really, I love to call it as a parenting style) as it’s been going through a phase of reappraisal. More researchers have started considering positive aspects of helicopter parenting. Let it be. I don’t want to denounce any particular parenting style. But on the contrary, I believe such protective instincts of

Wake up Parents: Protect your Kids from Identity Theft

Protect your Kids from Identity Theft

Here’s the truth: Identity Theft is real As parents, of course, you don’t want to hear any unfortunate events occur to your kids. You want them to stay safe. When it comes to the things that make you worry about – Cyberbullying, social media addiction, etc. tops the chart but seldom do we talk about “Identity Theft”. Identity Theft sometimes is far more dangerous than the ones which we often talk about. Let’s uncover this threat shell by shell, assess every ugly side of it and let’s protect our kids from being harmed. Why is Identity Theft a serious Threat

When Dads Are Not Babysitting, They’re Parenting!

When Dads Are Not Babysitting, They're Parenting

Most of the research on parenting centers around moms, their better halves (dads) are curiously understudied. But take a note according to the Pew Research Center, “Fathers have tripled their time with children since 1965”, the data from Pew analysis of US Census Bureau says “the number of stay-at-home dads has almost doubled in the past two decades”. Head of global sales at BabyCenter, Julie Michaelson says “Millennial dads are more involved in the day-to-day of childcare than any generation before them”. They have their own unique characteristics: They are more likely to participate in decision making on household chores,

Remo MORE update: Introducing Controlled Access Mode to lock down the device completely

remo more update

Since January 2014 when we first unveiled Remo MORE @CES, we’ve stayed focused on providing simple, effective multi-device management for home users. We started as device maintenance solution, then we took it to Cloud to provide remote multi-device management from a single screen. As our user base kept growing we kept adding new features making Remo MORE a complete multi-device management solution for home users that brings parental control, anti-theft features, location tracking and device maintenance under one roof. Since the launch, we are constantly improving the solution based on our internal research and the feedback users have provided. We encourage and value

When Toys Become Smarter with IoT: Let’s Plan Ahead to Protect Kids

New generation toys have taken interactivity to the next level. Physical toys are now getting integrated with mobile apps. IoT is meshing the world of toys with the world of technology, and thereby reshaping the traditional toy industry. IoT has revolutionized almost everything. Here are some predictions from analysts around the world – “There will be ten connected devices in our homes by 2025 on average”. Gartner reports forecasts “6.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2016, growing to 20.8 billion by 2020. In 2016, 5.5 million new things will get connected every day”. TechCrunch writer, Mark Canter wrote, “I see the