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Intel announces Edison, a SD card-sized computer

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Published on Jan 7, 2014

Intel CEO announces small-sized intel PC "Edison" and gives demo on how this new chip can be used for taking care of a baby.

This is, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's first CES keynote since he was named Intel chief last year.

Intel Edison, is a new Intel Quark technology-based computer housed in an SD card form factor with built-in wireless capabilities and support for multiple operating systems. From prototype to production, Intel Edison will enable rapid innovation and product development by a range of inventors, entrepreneurs and consumer product designers when available this summer.

First application using Edison is an app devleoped by MIT called Nursery 2.0. It's a small smart plastic turtle that connects to a onesie that an infant can wear and which monitors the baby's temperature, heart rate. The devices are connected to a coffee mug that provides a visual indicator of how the baby is doing. All of those connected devices are powered by Edison.

And, Intel has announced the "Make it Wearable" competition, and says it will be offering up to $1.3 million in prizes for developers churning out wearable tech.

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