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Baby Tech

Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.

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Baby product reviews

Bendy foam headphones made for kids
While many of us sometimes listen to tunes through our headphones, standard models are too small and hard for tots — not to mention to fragile. HeadFoams are made to be child-friendly and child-proof. “As parents, we’ve bought countless pairs of headphones for our kids,” say the developers at Marblue. More
BabyTech DIY: Highchair for twin babies
This is crafty: take a table and turn it into a chair for twin toddlers! Using an Ikea dining room table, this father “made a modified activity table for a fraction of the price” of the commercial models he coveted. “I heard about activity tables for daycare centers. More
Camp with Baby
That highchair in your dining room is probably too big and heavy to take with you when next your family enjoys the great outdoors. With the “ciao! Baby” portable highchair, your infant can sit upright for a meal wherever you go. More
Gadget soothes crying babies
Crying baby? Much-needed relief may be on the way. The Mother’s Touch mimics a mom’s gentle massaging and caressing, the developer says. It’s “the only device to simulate a Mother’s circular clockwise massaging motion, to naturally soothe a crying, fussy baby.” It can ease “teething, colicky, or fussy babies due to separation anxiety or sleep issues.” Use a drug-free solution to naturally ease baby’s discomfort. More
Cuddly critter keeps your baby in view
If you need to keep an eye on your baby in the backseat of your car, now a plush monkey, giraffe or puppy can do it for you. Infanttech’s “Always In View Baby Monitor” uses 2.4 GHz wireless to show your child while you are still driving safely and focusing on the road. More
Kibo robot teaches kids programming
Is it ever to early to get children engaged in programing their own computers? Well, before 4 years of age is too young — but 4-year-olds are the whom this Kickstarter project is aimed at. The Kibo from KinderLab Robotics is “a robot kit that teaches youngsters fundamentals of programming through intuitive, age- and developmentally-appropriate technology” by showing kids how to customize and personalize their own two-wheeled robot base unit. More
Vibrating Rock n’ Play helps newborns sleep
New baby not sleeping enough? This “rock n’ play” sleeper combines rocking with “calming vibrations,” Fisher-Price says. “The cozy fabrics give your little one a comfortable seat, and a gentle push from mom rocks and soothes baby.” The Deluxe Newborn Vibrating Rock n’ Play Sleeper also collapses and is very lightweight, “so its easy to move around the house or bring along on trips.” It’s $59 here. More