Some gadgets, meanwhile, are gathering intimate information.
Yo Sperm sells an iPhone attachment that tests and tracks sperm quality. To protect privacy, the company recommends users turn their phones to airplane mode when using the test.
The company says data stays on the phone, within the app, though there’s a button for sharing details with a doctor.
Owlet, meanwhile, plans to sell a wearable device that sits over a woman’s pregnant belly and tracks fetal heartbeats.