Your Technology Jun. 1, 1998


With children ages 3 to 12 the fastest-growing slice of the software market, it's no wonder so many kids' titles are previewing at this week's Electronic Entertainment Expo in Atlanta. A digital Elmo teaches pre-schoolers their ABC's and 1-2-3's in two of the first "edutainment" titles for the Sony PlayStation. And move over, Quicken: a Beanie Babies CD-ROM helps kids track their cuddly assets and guides them to some online trading sites.


Also at "E3" this week, Sega stages a comeback in console gaming with Dreamcast, a system due for U.S. release in the fall of...

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