• Does Your Kid Have Trouble Sleeping? Confiscate That Phone

    Does Your Kid Have Trouble Sleeping? Confiscate That Phone

    A new study led by researchers from King's College London found that engagement with backlit screens within 90 minutes of slumber can disrupt sleep quantity and quality, and cause excessive daytime sleepiness.Displays adversely affect sleep in various ways, including delaying or interrupting sleep time, psychologically stimulating the brain, and affecting sleep cycles, physiology, and alertness.
  • Sleep Number it bed

    Sleep Number it bed

    You can track sleep with a number of fitness trackers and smartwatches, but Sleep Number is getting right to the heart of the matter—your bed.The company's it bed features built-in sensors to monitor sleep quality, which you can view on an accompanying app.
  • Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed Will Help You Snooze

    Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed Will Help You Snooze

    Just how smart is the Sleep Number 360?Speaking of pesky bedmates, another neat feature is that the Sleep Number 360 can tell if you, or your partner, is snoring.
  • Battling CES Fatigue on the Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed

    Battling CES Fatigue on the Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed

    Thankfully this year, eager techies have the Sleep Number 360—a smart bed that can warm your feet, adjust in real time to your biometrics, light up when you leave the bed, and automatically sense when you're snoring.It's strategic genius that Sleep Number's booth is nearly front and center at the Tech West Sands Expo Hall, and I all but raced for my demo to finally see whether the 360 could deliver.
  • Hands On: Tracking My Kids' Sleep With HugOne

    Hands On: Tracking My Kids' Sleep With HugOne

    If your family isn't getting quality sleep, your kids are irritable, and you can't be productive.The sleep sensors are small squares you place on the mattress of the person whose sleep you'd like to track.