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Video games really come into their own where kids games are concerned. The potential for kids games as a learning resource is now being discovered and implemented. In the past, kids games were merely sanitised versions of existing games. Some kids games, such as ‘Spyro The Dragon’ or ‘Pokemon’ were fun for adults too (I admit it, OK!?).


The best kids games are those that can be played with a parent, friends or an older sibling. kids games won’t achieve much as educational tools if the poor tot is just dumped in front of them. Good kids games are those that gradually increase independence without sacrificing social learning and a sense of family.


Finally, kids games are being seen as educational. kids games are fun, challenging and provide an excellent introduction to the use of computers and electronics. In addition, kids games can be a shared, positive experience. kids games can aid the development of language, motor function and hand-eye co-ordination.




Now, while the rise of kids games may be an excuse for Dad to buy a PS3, it is nevertheless a good one. Of course, there are bratty and exploitative kids games out there and it’s incumbent upon you to be the judge. Ultimately, kids games should be fun, thrilling (in a safe way) and promote values such as honesty, responsibility and self-reliance.


Educational kids games seem to be the must-have product for the modern parent, a mixture of interaction (better than staring at the TV) and moderation (not as good as playing outside) ought to do just fine. Why not browse our selection; we might have something the big kid in you will enjoy just as much as your own little tykes.


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17 Feb 2015
Police forces in several districts across Phnom Penh are reporting problems sending and receiving messages using their walkie-talkies, with noise and irritating sounds, such as dogs barking, appearing on channels used for normal communication.


Phnom PenhMin Sovanna, director of the radio communications department at the Ministry of Interior, said investigators are looking into the matter. He said that the current technology is out of date and may not be sufficiently secure.


About 20 years ago we installed the system for $2 million and it still is in use now. The old system now cannot be secure, but we lack money to upgrade to the digital system.


He believes that someone is using the same frequency numbers for the walkie-talkies and is tuning into them, though they may not be doing it with the express purpose of scrambling police communications.


Installing a better version could cost millions of dollars, he added, with each new walkie-talkie costing about $1,000 to $2,000.


Reang Putheara, a police official in Chamkarmon district's Boeung Keng Kang III, said the harassment really disturbs police work€. He has heard dogs barking on normal frequencies.


€This group, if they are arrested, we cannot forgive them.


Lieutenant General Kirt Chantharith, spokesman for the National Police, confirmed the problem, and said that while police have been unable to find the source of the attack, they are investigating.


€œSooner or later we will find them. They make harassment especially when we have big events.€ he said. Now police forces use the walkie-talkie by changing its code number to avoid harassment.


If, in fact, police communications are being intentionally disrupted, it comes during an upswing in attacks on government communications.


Since late April, authorities have arrested a total of four people believed to be members of Anonymous Cambodia, the local chapter of the global hacktivist group, and accused them of hacking into government websites. All four are in detention awaiting trial.


Anonymous Cambodia's Facebook page over the past week contains posts about taking certain government websites offline – including the national police website€“ but does not mention involvement in the walkie-talkie harassment.


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