Toy marketing giants from Disney to Fisher-Price are nudging preschoolers as young as three years old to put down their sippy cups and pick up digital cameras that can cost as much as $60, USA Today reports. Disney is newest to the fray, set for a fall rollout of its $59.99 Disney Pix Jr. digital camera that was tested for durability by--among other things--tossing the rubberized camera down concrete staircases. There's a burgeoning market for technology devices for preschoolers. Even as the $22 billion toy industry saw its sales fall 2 percent last year, sales of electronics targeting kids grew...

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