Vodafone and Disney have unveiled the Neo, a smartwatch for kids that gives them independence as they take their first steps into the digital world, but which also helps parents stay connected.
Vodafone UK is giving free connectivity to 250,000 children across the UK to help them access school work from home, catch up on lost learning during school holidays, and continue with their education if they are required to isolate.
Virgin Media Business has signed a major public sector contract with Falkirk Council that will see it improve connectivity in schools and support digital learning.
Apple's 15 September event provided a wealth of new products and services, including the new eighth-generation iPad and new 2020 iPad Air, alongside the launch of the Apple Watch Series 6 and affordable new Apple Watch SE. The company also unveiled Family Setup - a new feature built into watchOS 7 that will allow for the setup of multiple Apple Watches though one iPhone.
Apple today announced the Apple Watch Series 6 and introduced Family Setup in watchOS 7, bringing the communication, health, fitness, and safety features of Apple Watch to kids and older family members of the household who do not have an iPhone.
Vodafone and Disney have collaborated to create a premium kids smart watch planned to launch in time for Christmas. It will feature hardware designed by the Vodafone smart tech team and a software experience from world class designers at Vodafone and Disney.
A team of cyber security and internet safety experts have launched the world’s first online membership service, designed to help parents protect their families from threats like cyber bullying, sextortion, social media hijacking, online grooming, fraud, email hacking and identity theft
Girl Guides of Canada (GGC) is teaming up with BlackBerry, with the launch of a cybersecurity skills-based programming, Digital Defenders, for GGC's 70,000 members. The program will include all levels: Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders, and Rangers.
Huawei is to extend its investment in StorySign, in an effort to enhance the experience for Deaf children in Ireland. Back in 2018, using AI and augmented reality, Huawei created StorySign - a literacy platform for deaf children.