From MommyTech to FamilyTech

Six years ago we created MommyTech to address an absence in the marketplace. Marketers and creators of consumer electronics were ignoring the needs of women, who were predominantly responsible for juggling office, home and kids.


Today we’re changing our name from MommyTech to Family and Technology. It’s time to be more inclusive and more cognizant of the fact that households come in many different flavors. Welcome Y-chromosomes and beyond. We look forward to your input .


where Families are Front and Center

As the Internet of Things moves for a schematic on a page in an engineer’s mind into reality families are the big winners. From finding your car to finding your kids. From connecting to your long lost friend to connecting to the heating system or the front door lock of your home, families are enjoying unprecedented control over all things remote.

Wristwear, eyewear and other wearables are beginning to play an important part in family connectivity. Does baby have a fever? Is your teenager speeding in the car? Is the neighbor knocking at your door? How long will it take to drive to pick up dinner groceries? What’s the best after school program? In every case, the answer to the question is that technology is supplying new ways to get the answer.

This year we’ll be back with the successful MommyTechTV spearheaded by veteran journalist, Andrea Smith.

We’re looking for your ideas as well as your sponsorship of this showcase at CES. The goal is to create the most immersive, currated and captivating look at how technology continues to bring new tools for the today’s family. To find out more about how to get involved contact [email protected].

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2015 International CES

Exhibit: January 6 –January 9
Where: The Venetian/ Sands Conference Center, Las Vegas 

Conference: January 7
Where: Venetian, Level 2, Bellini 2006

What: MommyTech Summit and MommyTech TV: Showcase, conference and streaming TV to bring the world of family tech to life at CES