From TVs to thermostats to Barbies, it seems just about everything is becoming "smart" these days. Heck, even some toothbrushes link with your phone to let you monitor how well you brush.
But the news earlier this year that First Response was launching a Bluetooth-enabled pregnancy kit had us scratching our head. Why does a relatively simple yes/no test, which requires you to pee on a stick, need to be connected to your phone or tablet?
As it turns out, it doesn't need to be. The stick will let you know if you can expect a visit from the stork whether it's connected or not. But if those three minutes between testing and results take too long, your pregnancy test hopes to keep your attention as it processes your hormone levels.