CNET reports that kids brought up in a technology-rich environment, and have parents who aren't clueless about technology or afraid of it, are part of a new generation of youth that are naturally familiar with technology and comfortable with the world at large. Research suggests that such children have a much more global outlook at younger ages that their peers, and unlike the entitled generation of twenty-somethings dubbed "Generation Me," this new crop of tech-savvy youngsters under the age of eleven are part of "Generation We." Nancy Robinson, vice president and consumer strategist for the research firm Iconoculture says...

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