Tiny Wearable Technology Called Curie Revealed By Intel

Well this has been the week of revelations from the CES 2015. The latest being the tiny wearable technology called Curie revealed by Intel.  The company have shown off the smallest wearable computer and it has been named Curie. The computer is the size of a button and can be integrated into various devices. Curie can be used in conjunction with all sorts of things including rings, pendants and even bagsto name just a few.

Tiny Intel Curie

The Intel Curie was shown off by Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich and whilst he gave his keynote speech the device was tracking his steps and heart rate. He then showed the results of this a smartphone and he said, “This product—they can deliver wearables in a range of form factors. Yes, even buttons on our jackets.”

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