PHOENIX - What would an infant tweet about if it had a Twitter account?
Well, a new device from Huggies Brazil sends you a tweet whenever your baby pees, Mashable reports.
“TweetPee” uses a sensor to detect moisture in a child’s diaper and then sends a tweet when it detects increased humidity to let its parent know it’s time to get off Twitter and change a diaper.
The device also comes with an associate iPhone app that keeps track of the number of diapers used and allows parents to even order additional diapers online.
There’s no indication that the device can detect “number two.”
Unfortunately, TweetPee isn’t currently available in the U.S.
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