The Cradlewise smart crib senses when your baby is waking up early, and rocks them back to sleep.Cradlewise
This story is part of CES, where our editors will bring you the latest news and the hottest gadgets of the entirely virtual CES 2021.
As a pregnant woman, I went into CES 2021 eager to see technology that could make the childbearing experience easier. I want data to help predict if things have a chance of going wrong, I want surveillance of the health of my pregnancy, and I want all the technology possible to make raising a newborn easier.
Luckily for me and all other expecting couples out there, pregnancy and women’s health is gaining traction in the technology field. Baby tech has been gracing the halls of CES for a few years now, including things like breast pumps, baby monitors connected to your phone, smart thermometers and tags that track how many words are spoken to a baby.
This year, there were a few extra things as tech improves across pregnancy and during birth, as well as a few updates to much-loved devices like breast pumps.Continue reading… “At CES 2021, baby tech keeps booming”