Intel built a processor for wearable computing, and now it has a tiny computer where that processor can live. At CES 2014, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced Edison, a full Pentium-class PC thats the size and shape of the SD card you might otherwise put in your camera. Intel even has a specific app store designed for Edison, and a special version of Wolfram that will come to the tiny computer. To demonstrate the potential for Edison, Intel showed a concept for a Nursery 2.0. In the concept, a onesie outfitted with sensors is used to track important details like your babys temperature, and that information was then displayed on, of all things, a coffee mug.