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Tech Toys No Longer a Trend, They’re Everywhere

Tech Toys No Longer a Trend, They’re Everywhere

Tech toys used to be their own category at the toy store, but just as technology has become unavoidable in day-to-day life, so too has it become more integrated into toys for children. Tina Trinh reports- VOA NEWS

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