Intel Curie: Button-size Device to Power Wearables


Meet the Intel Curie: a tiny device designed to power future wearables. It combines a processor, Bluetooth, sensors, and a dedicated engine to identify various activities. It can be used to power smart rings and other wearable gadgets. The technology has already been used in a bunch of devices (e..g SMS Audio’s BioSport earphone). The device is power efficient too. It is certainly worth checking out for companies looking to get involved in the smart wearables business quickly.

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