Wearable phone for young kids straps onto their wrists
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One of parents' biggest fears is not knowing what their children are getting up to, but they also don't want to end up smothering them. We've already written about FiLIP, the watch-sized communicator that helps parents stay connected to kids. Now Sweden-based Tinitell is a wearable, voice-controlled phone for kids that are too young to own a smartphone. Self-described as the "world's smallest mobile phone", the device looks much like a wristwatch, except that it has no display. Instead, it comes equipped with a mic, speaker and SIM card slot, as well as a small CPU that turns it into…
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