Israeli NGO Designs World’s First Kid-Friendly Wheelchair
There are about 5 million disabled kids in the world that do not have access to a wheelchair. When two Israelis founded Wheelchairs of Hope, they had these children in mind. The organization is hoping to produce one million kid-friendly wheelchairs and ship them worldwide.
June 01, 2014
Cool GPS Watch hereO Will Keep Your Kids Safe
Keeping track of children is easier said than done. Finally, a "hereO" has come along to help parents keep track of their children, with efficiency.
April 10, 2014
KiddyUp: The Crowdsourcing App That Makes Parenting Easier, And Cheaper
Parents to young kids are dream consumers: They generally spare little to get their kids the best of everything, from diapers, to baby clothes and after school activities. Israeli app KiddyUp uses the best source available to help cut costs – other parents.
March 18, 2014
Nipagesh: The Kids-Friendly Alternative To Facebook
Two years ago, Itay Eshet's daughter told him she wanted a Facebook account. She was 10 years old. Facebook's great, Eshet told her, but it's not for kids. So instead they built a new social network for preteens called Nipagesh, which means "let's meet" in Hebrew.
January 15, 2014
TinyTap: Create And Play Personalized iPad Games With Your Kids
Israeli startup TinyTap launched a new iPad app aimed at strengthening the bond between parents and children. The TinyTap platform allows parents to create individualized games and activities for their children, using things like personal photos and voice recordings.
January 02, 2013