Interesting story about a Common Sense Media study that shows the "app gap" phenomenon: "almost half the families with incomes above $75,000 had downloaded apps specifically for their young children, compared with one in eight of the families earning less than $30,000. More than a third of those low-income parents said they did not know what an “app” — short for application — was."
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