In Mattel's most recent attempt to save themselves from drowning in the sea of commerce, it has released a new Barbie that can actually listen and respond to your child. Sound creepy? Well, that's because it is. She's called "Hello Barbie" (clever), and she has voice recognition software that allows her to have sort-of real conversations with anyone who talks to her (while pushing a button, of course). But here's the kicker: Your voice will be recorded as an audio file and transmitted over the internet to cloud-based servers that will create an appropriate response back.Read Full Story
If you dreamed of growing up to become Barbie as a little girl, but it just never quite happened for you, it's not too late! This Halloween, there's nothing more girly glam and nostalgic than iconic Miss Barbie. You can go all out with false lashes, mega amounts of blush and pink lips! Here's how to be one step closer to your own Barbie dream house.Read Full Story
Most of the time, Barbie is criticized for her unrealistic body type and the impression she makes on young girls. But Barbie is still a career-driven woman, holding down more than 150 jobs in her 55 years. Barbie's latest gig, based on artist interpretation, depicts her as Virgin Mary with a Ken doll Jesus. It would be an understatement to say that Catholic officials are outraged.Read Full Story
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