• Similar to the Owlet, Mimo is designed to give parents peace of mind and, oh, some sleep. Using sensor tech, it tracks how your baby is breathing, her temperature, activity, and whether she's asleep—all using a device built into her onesie and all accessible on your mobile device. This is one of the first entries into the baby tech world and appears to be a popular one.

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  • Starling is gaining star status these days, with its unique approach to trying to boost your baby's IQ. It's been proven that the more words your children hear, the more successful they're likely to be. It may seem counterintuitive to use tech to encourage children to speak more words, but the founders claim that it actually encourages parents to stay engaged and singularly focused for longer.

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  • It may seem silly to think that anyone could accidentally leave a child behind in the car. But any parent knows there are a million things that go through your mind just to get somewhere. Enter the Advanced SensorSafe Embrace from Evenflo. With an embedded sensor, this car seat alerts you that your baby is in the car. During the hot summer months, it can be a lifesaver. Literally.

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  • Just today, I was fussing with the car seat in my car. I had to put something large in the back, so I had to pull out the seat and then reinstall it. The 4moms self-installing car seat looks pretty incredible. Adding a tech component to a problem that almost every parent experiences (in not installing their seat correctly the first time) could be huge. Only pre-orders now, but could be big.

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