What can you do with a $9 computer? Just about anything.
A new microcomputer called Chip is hot on crowd-funding site Kickstarter. It promises an easy way to learn how to program with a tiny board that packs Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and internal storage — something you don’t find in another popular microcomputer, Raspberry Pi.
Watch Update to learn more what the Chip can do, along with news on Google’s Map Maker woes and reports on self-driving cars getting dinged up in California:
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This $9 computer is taking Kickstarter by storm