Category Archives: babies

Ma’am, we have some questions about your baby

Oh, my Freddie Fruitcake! Ingenious’s flickr via Gizmodo

Baby Crying Analyser

ThinkGeek’s “Why Cry Baby Analyzer” purports to decipher the exact meaning of a sprogling’s wails. For entertainment purposes only, one presumes.

Apple approves of British nannies

Taking tight control over what gets on the iPhone and iPod Touch doesn’t come without consequences. After all, everything approved is there because of a decision that someone at Apple made. Bear this in mind next time you head to … Continue reading

Video: Time-lapse baby squirmings

I’m just as interested in the stuff we make with our gadgets as I am them gadgets themselves, especially when they give us a look at something in a way we’d never have noticed before. Such as! Francis Vachon‘s time-lapse … Continue reading

Origami stroller folds and unfolds on its own

The “Origami” stroller from 4Moms is going to appeal to nerdy papas, too: powered by an onboard generator that recharges the unit every 300 feet, the Origami folds and unfolds itself automatically. There’s a built-in safety mechanism that prevents the … Continue reading

BébéSounds Angelcare Movement Sensor squawks when your baby moves

The “BébéSounds Angelcare Movement Sensor” isn’t new, but that’s not a bad thing, especially when its retained such a healthy positive rating on Amazon — 4.5 stars out of five with over 300 reviews. It distinguishes itself from regular baby … Continue reading

BabyPlus Prenatal Education System

Putting aside the obvious—that if we teach children, they will get smarter, then overthrow us—I am still scratching my head over the “BabyPlus,” a strap-on pouch for mothers-to-be that purports to condition babies for greatness before they are even born. … Continue reading