Tech Minute: Helpful apps, Web site for naming baby
There are countless apps out there to help you find the perfect name for your baby.
I recommend the free 50,000 Baby Names app for iPhones and Androids.
Narrow down the enormous list by choosing a gender or even going with a special theme like flower names or jazz names, or by origin like Bulgarian or Dutch.
Find a name you like, Favorite it, or click it to learn more details.
The 99-cent app Baby Nametrix is fun
for predicting the future profession of your wee one.
Peruse statistics like where in the country a name is popular and what political leaning someone of that name has.
Did you know that Noah's are often democrats?
Finally, ones you have a serious list of contenders, head over to the Social Security website for baby names to check out the name's popularity.
Type in a name and choose a period of time to track its popularity over the decades.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.
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