Toymakers from six continents will exhibit the latest in toys and toy technologies at the 2020 Toy Fair, running Feb. 22-25 in New York City's Javits Center
Since Toys R Us's closing, the toy industry has experienced a number of firsts, including the first holiday season without the retailer and the first Toy Fair without their presence. Adrienne Appell, the Director of Strategic Communications for the Toy Association, talks about that and more.
HEXBUG’s comprehensive set up at Toy Fair had a magnitude of robotic toys for all interests, age groups, and even species. Many new products were on display in addition to several old favorites. The new lineup of products is set to release in the fall of 2019. Due to feedback from customers who used HEXBUG…
With the PaiBotz kit, introduced at New York City's Toy Fair, STEM learning, with a little help from AR technology, was front and center, in the service of teaching children from 4 to 8 years old to learn coding
At Toy Fair in New York City this week, Odyssey Toys displayed a diversity of product categories - including a snake - that all had remote control at their foundation
At the Toy Fair this week, WowWee, inventor of the award-winning Fingerlings interactive toy, showcased even broader iterations of interactivity with “creative collectibles” that are poised to start their 2019 rollout
Sakar's booth at Toy Fair this week spotlighted the Voyager line of electric transportation, including two scooters featuring a proprietary feature called Dash Charge that lets the rider use his or her smartphone as an “intelligent dashboard.”
After achieving a mechanical marvel with last year's Skid Shot Toilet Paper Blaster, Jakks Pacific has reworked and improved the firing mechanism for this year's upgraded version—the Sheet Storm.