It’s certainly not an invalid point, since the new KIDO’Z incorporates communication features besides content consumption elements only, and the company is making strides in signing up computer manufacturers to have… → Read More
Have young children? You might want to check this out, particularly if they’re taking their first steps on the Web right about now.
This morning is the kickoff of TWS2009, an event organized by Israeli financial newspaper Globes, and leading Israeli startup blog, the.co.ils with its founder Yaron Orenstein. TechCrunch, in its continued support of Israeli startups, is proud to be a media partner.
The event is aimed at showcasing ten promising Israeli startups and to serve as a networking platform for the individuals and… → Read More
Making a browser may not exactly be child’s play, but there is still a need for one children can play with.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based KIDO’Z is taking a crack at it by launching its custom media browser for kids today, so if you have any young children who use the internet on a regular basis, you might want to give this one a whirl.
KIDO’Z is a pretty nifty Adobe AIR-powered desktop browser app… → Read More