Kids Can Get Answers to Their Questions From the Wikibear

 - Feb 19, 2014
References: commonwealthtoy & gizmodiva
With kids connected more than ever to their smartphones, the Wikibear is a stuffed toy that will have kids wanting cuddly toys again.

Although this 11-inch toy looks like just your average teddy a kid would hug to go to sleep, it's actually a smart bear, and it can provide your child with up-to-date answers to the hundreds of questions they ask daily. With the help of Bluetooth technology, the bear actually connects to an app that your kid can get on their smart device for free. When your kid asks a question, the bear will connect to websites such as Wikipedia and will provide the answer with the help of a built-in speaker.

As of June, this digital-age savvy Wikibear will be available at Commonwealth Toys and your kid can finally have a stuffed toy that will talk back to them.