Category Archives: babies
Oh, my Freddie Fruitcake! Ingenious’s flickr via Gizmodo
ThinkGeek’s “Why Cry Baby Analyzer” purports to decipher the exact meaning of a sprogling’s wails. For entertainment purposes only, one presumes.
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
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
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
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
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