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TECH 03 May 2016 | 10:00 PM

Samsung's sound idea for helping premature babies

Korean smartphone maker Samsung is developing an app called Voices of Life that could help premature babies develop while in an incubator.

TECH 11 Mar 2019 | 8:04 AM

Why are people throwing cheese at babies, and is it really funny?

There is never a shortage of weird challenges on the Internet and the one currently making its rounds is the cheese challenge.

TECH 14 Nov 2015 | 9:00 AM

Data necklace for babies, soap pen show potential of wearables

A necklace that stores electronic health data for babies and toddlers and a soap that encourages children to wash their hands have a won a global competition showcasing the potential of wearable products.

TECH 22 Jul 2019 | 5:00 AM

Pampers launches smart diaper to track babies' routines

Baby and toddler product company Pampers is getting into the smart diaper business with the Lumi Connected Care System.

TECH 08 May 2016 | 10:30 PM

How your phone might give your kid a short attention span

Parents who turn to smartphones and tablets to break up the tedium of caring for an infant around the clock may be teaching their babies to have a short attention span, a small study suggests.

TECH 10 Apr 2017 | 11:30 PM

Swiss test wireless cameras to monitor newborns’ vital signs

Swiss researchers said they have developed a wireless camera system to monitor vital signs in premature babies, a move that could replace uncomfortable and highly inaccurate skin sensors.

TECH 04 Mar 2019 | 1:00 AM

Wireless sensors could allow parents of preemies more cuddle time

Parents of premature babies who spent time in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) remember all too well the burdensome vital sign sensors stuck on the infants' tiny bodies – linking them through a mess of wires to monitoring equipment.

WeChat 13 Feb 2019 | 9:34 AM

US-China trade war among most censored topics of 2018 on WeChat

Social media authors and corporate reviewers of official accounts self-censor while authorities clamp down on politically sensitive topics. Comments also silenced on #MeToo, gene-edited babies, health scandals and disgraced public figures.