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Author: Sue Moss

Baby-Gear maker makes $41 million

We’ve covered the robot baby buggies made by 4moms here — and now you can look forward to more high-tech help from the small company, as it just won a $41 million investment.

The Wall Street Journal reports “the Pittsburgh startup is known for its Origami one-click easy-fold strollers that can charge your cell phone and rockers that use motion sensors and robotics,” and the “tech-savvy customer base includes actress Natalie Portman,” adds The Pittsburg Post-Gazette. [Read more...]

Track your ovulation and fertility with Glow

Can you “Take control of your reproductive health” as the developer of Glow claims? A recent review of the free app on the Gizmodo technology site says: Yes, you can.

Glow says its will let you pinpoint your ovulation day and track your period with its “advanced proprietary algorithms and its ability to crunch vast amounts of data at multiple stages of the reproductive journey.”

The article on Gizmodo notes “actually made gathering information about cervical mucus (CM) pretty fun (well, as fun as it could be). [Read more...]

Vivaldi interactive – Four Seasons music app

An interactive storybook for the iPad can foster a love of classical music in children of all ages. “Hear the beautiful music and get involved!” says developer Infinite Fermata.

The Four Seasons: A Vivaldi Storybook features a kid-friendly arrangement of one of the most beloved pieces of classical music, coupled with “loads of fun interactivity” with which children can make geese sing, or squirrels fly. [Read more...]

Friendly frog toilet trains tots

Can a “friendly froggy character” make potty training fun? Fisher-Price says its Potty Froggy makes the task “easy and inviting.”

The potty has big handles to help toddlers “feel comfortable and secure on the potty.” There’s also an integrated splash guard to help prevent mess, the company adds, “and the removable bucket makes clean up a breeze.”

It’s $13 here. [Read more...]