Due out in January, the Mimo Baby Monitor shows the softer side of technology trickle-down. The key object is a baby onesie or "kimono" (kidmono! oh ho ho) employing Bluetooth Low Energy, wearable-washable sensors, and turtles. Once you've suited up your progeny in this thing, you'll received real-time information on your babe's position, breathing, temperature, sleep status, and future SAT scores on your phone.
Although it has one proverbial foot on either side of the precious/practical divide, there definitely seems to be a trend towards wi-fying babies. Mimo is just one product in a small herd of baby-applied tech devices poised to crowd the digital shelves.
Never mind tracking your runs and heart rate. You're a new parent now; no time for running, and your heart rate is likely to be higher than healthy at all times. Get used to it, get the app, and get some rest.