Nielsen: Tablets replacing TV, teachers and babysitters

Need a way to keep your kids quiet while traveling, entertained at a restaurant or just want to teach them some facts? More and more parents are letting their kids aged 11 and under loose on a tablet device, the AFP reports. A new study by market researcher Nielsen has found that adults
commonly use tablets to pacify their children while they are out of the house. More than half of adults said their children used a tablet as a form of
entertainment while traveling. Two out of five gave their children a tablet to keep them occupied while they were at a restaurant or event…

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