Intel announced a line of tiny chips for new markets, including wearable devices, at the company's annual conference in San Francisco on Tuesday.
Called Quark, it is Intel's bid to stay relevant in the era of wearable computing.
The new lower-power products will address wearable gadgets, as well as industrial "Internet-of-Things" devices, new Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said during his keynote speech.
It's approximately one-fifth the size of the company's already-small Atom chip and draws one-tenth the power.
Intel will sample circuit board designs based on the first product in this family during the … Read more