Tech company Intel may not have created Google Glass or a computer watch, but now it has something new, the "smart" shirt.
Intel's debut in wearable computers is a shirt with sensors that will be perfect for runners or cyclists, according to the Wall Street Journal. Intel's chief executive Brian Krzanich showed up at the Re/Code's Code Conference Wednesday wearing the new shirt -- and also showed a new DIY robot kit made from pieces from a 3-D printer priced at $1,600.
“We missed the tablet. We missed that transition,” Krzanich said in an on-stage interview. “Robots are coming,” Krzanich said, “like it or not.”