Intel Unveils a “Smart” Onesie that Monitors Baby’s Health

by , 01/09/14

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Intel has unveiled a “smart” onesie that monitors baby’s health with a series of internet-connected systems, Engadget reports at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The wearable technology is clever, for sure, as it monitors skin temperature, respiratory health and other factors, and then transmits that information to smart phones and even an Intel-designed coffee cup, but we are beginning to think that sometimes “smart” technology can make us awfully dumb.


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1 Comment

  1. Keith Lamb January 9, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    Apparently they don’t get that the advantage of onesies is that they’re cheap enough you can change the kid into a new one every time they spit up or leak through the edges of a diaper. My kids are way past that stage but I’m pretty sure they wore 3 or 4 onesies a day as infants.

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