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Fisher-Price’s wearable baby monitor is an unreliable rash machine

Spoiler alert: This does not end well for Fisher-Price.

For several months now I've been using the company's Sproutling wearable "baby monitor." And you'll notice that's in scarequotes, because it is definitely not a baby monitor. In fact, it's real…Read more

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