#Electronics

Advice & Self-Help | Psychology & Relationships

Pediatricians Say Kids Need Simple Toys, Not iPads And Electronics

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has released a statement that explains why basic toys like blocks are healthier for kids than gadgets and screens.

Miscellaneous | This is stuff I like

Target's Best and Worst Black Friday TV Deals

How good are Target's Black Friday TV deals? Consumer Reports breaks Target's Best and Worst Black Friday TV Deals.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Nintendo’s next assault on nostalgia is a mini-NES with 30 built-in games

Believe it or not, you can still play video games without going outside and risking getting mugged or finding a corpse. Even though it helped usher in our new, terrifying age of active gaming, Nintendo’s next big nostalgia play is bringing games back to

Family & Parenting | Family & Parenting

Managing Screen Time Increases Family Joy

by Rachel Macy Stafford. Too much screen time in your home? Learn how to manage screen time and increase the joy of being together.

Science & Technology | Technology

What to Expect from Tech in 2015 Based on CES, the Year’s Biggest Gadget Show

The annual Consumer Electronics Show hosts so many technology companies debuting so many new products that it often provides a glimpse at the year in tech ahead. Here, Yahoo Tech writers share what they saw at the show, and what they see as some of the ma

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Can capacitors in electrical circuits provide large-scale energy storage?

(Phys.org)—Capacitors are widely used in electrical circuits to store small amounts of energy, but have never been used for large-scale energy storage. Now researchers from Japan have shown that the right combination of resistors and capacitors can allo