Intel - Edison, chip for wearables
As part of its push into wearable computers, Intel unveiled Edison, a new chip made on a 22-nanometer process – the board is about the size of an SD card -- and based on Intel’s very low-power Quark processor. It has integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless networking. At CES, the company is showing Edison used in baby garments that are part of Rest Devices' Mimo Baby product line, to track an infant's heart rate, temperature, activity level and body position. Edison will be released in June or July 2014 to developers and do-it-yourselfers. Pricing wasn’t announced.