Despite its quirky controls and occasional dips in audio quality, the iVoice Baby-ai is a pretty excellent headset for its price.
Pricing not available
Some mothers want to give their children every advantage possible, starting when the baby is in the womb. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of high-tech gadgets designed to aid in a child's development.
Did Anakin Skywalker have to go to the dark side? Some parents seem to think they can raise happier kids with the same name.
Intel has teamed up with Nabi to produce a Bluetooth seatbelt clip designed to alert parents if they leave their child unattended in a car.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have built a robot that can build other robots, test them, and improve on the results.
The last White House Conference on Aging was in 2005, before iPhones and smartphone apps. Now tech-focused on seniors are getting tens of millions of dollars in funding from Silicon Valley investors. As CNET's Lexy Savvides shows us, seniors and their families now have more high-tech ways to help get the care and support they need.
Latvian car company Dartz has built the ultimate safety seat for a wealthy client -- one that keeps a tyke safe from bullets.
Behold the power of poop! Penguins can melt an entire sheet of ice with the stinky stuff, researchers discover. Don't worry, it's for a good cause.
Meet Pacif-i, the first smart pacifier that measures your baby's temperature while keeping him from crying. The connected app can also track meds.
The creators of the smart fork created a baby-bottle holder that measures how much your tyke is drinking. It also alerts you if the bottle is not being held correctly.