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Yoomi - the self-heating baby bottle

By - November 26, 2009 1 Picture
Trying to placate a hungry baby and getting their milk to the right temperature can be a stressful experience. What if there was a way to heat the milk to the right temperature in just one minute? Enter Yoomi - a baby's feed bottle that brings milk to the temperature of breast milk by simply pressing a button. Read More
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Flexi-bath folds up flat when baby's bath time is over

By - November 26, 2009 6 Pictures
Baby baths are handy when your child is young but they grow out of them quickly. Some designs can also be particularly ugly and take up valuable space in the home. The Flexi-bath ticks all the right boxes for looks, style and functionality - children can use the bath up to the age of four and it also folds up when bath time is over. Yes – you read correctly – it folds up flat when bath time is over. Read More
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Belkiz Feedaway: a unique 100% recyclable baby chair

By - November 23, 2009 5 Pictures
When it comes to buying baby gear, new parents can be forgiven for becoming a little befuddled with all the equipment needs of a new baby. One item that is on most parents’ list is a feeding chair and it seems the choices and styles are endless. Here’s an interesting new travel-ready solution that might attract parents who lean towards green – Belkiz’s Feedaway – a strong, portable and lightweight feeding chair made from 100% recyclable Visy cardboard. Read More
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Raising a child with Wii

By - November 19, 2009 1 Picture
Wii has a knack for turning everyday activities into stimulating interactive games. We’ve seen cooking and yoga work their way into people’s consoles and Nintendo hasn’t stopped there. The company's latest creation - Baby and Me - allows anyone to play mom and raise a baby through their Wii console. Read More
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Preschooler’s digital camera: sophisticated features in a kid-sized package

By - November 17, 2009 2 Pictures
I’d love to be a kid again. Seriously. The technology age has delivered children all manner of sophisticated toys and games, think Nintendo, Playstation and Wii ... just to name a few. Now, they even have a variety of mini digital cameras to choose from, including the Kid Tough camera and the Preschooler’s digital camera. The Preschooler’s camera is a kid-tough unit that is suitably sized for small hands, can take photographs and video, and has a fixed-focus lens - so kids simply line up their shot and press a button. Read More
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Talking alarm clock teaches kids to tell the time... and stay in bed longer

By - November 11, 2009 3 Pictures
We’ve seen alarm clocks that make you work, think and even run in the wee hours, but here's one that actually aims to ease early morning frustration. Teach Me Time! is a talking alarm clock that's not only designed to teach children to tell the time - it can also be programmed to give them a "green light" when it's OK to get out of bed – giving parents some much needed shut-eye. Read More
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Baby Bjorn goes organic with its new baby gear

By - November 8, 2009 3 Pictures
There are many ways to transport a baby these days - from baby slings to strollers and clever travel solutions. One baby carrier that has stood the test of time is the Baby Bjorn – a Swedish-designed, hands-free baby carrier that has been used for toting tots since 1973. The Baby Bjorn company has continued to move with the times by releasing a range of baby products made from organically-grown cotton. Read More
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Cry Translator iPhone App tells you why your baby is crying

By - November 8, 2009 1 Picture
Most new parents would agree that working out exactly why a baby is crying and coming up with the right solution can be extremely stressful, so why not turn to the wonderful world of technology to solve the problem? The Cry Translator is an iPhone application that translates a baby’s cries, categorizing them with one of five possible reasons: hungry, sleepy, annoyed, stressed or bored. Read More
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Storyplay: Nokia and Sesame Street create video conferencing in a book

By - November 3, 2009 4 Pictures
Nokia has teamed up with Sesame Street to create an interactive reading experience that can involve grandparents and grandchildren no matter how far apart they may find themselves. The Storybook research project melds the tactile and visual pleasures of reading a real book with video conferencing technology which allows distant relatives to take an active part in a child's literacy development. Read More
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