Four kids' tablets are displayed, Monday, Dec. 21, 2015, in New York.  As competition has increased, kids' tablets have come a long way from bad graphics, slow processors, chunky exteriors and child-like operating systems. Today’s products feature high-definition screens, speedier operations, fashionably slim bodies and Android-based operating systems, or in one case, Windows 10. Top to bottom are LeapFrog's Epic, a Nabi Elev-8, the Amazon Fire Kids Edition, left, and Kurio's Xtreme 2, lower right. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Kiddie tablets ‘grow up’ as competition grows

The use of Android and Windows software, in place of the more basic, custom-made systems used in toy tablets, allows for more sophisticated apps and games and a range of content from standard app stores.

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Indiana bill targets transgender bathroom use

The man who proposed the bill said he doesn’t want to single out transgendered people but worries the privacy of women and children in bathrooms is at risk as society become more accepting.