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Intel again promises cool devices with Curie, but will they come?

Agam Shah | Jan. 8, 2016
The devices could help Intel break into wearables after a long struggle.

The shipment delay of Curie to makers hasn't helped, and Intel has backed off plans to ship Curie in an inconspicuous button-sized package, which is the way the chip was introduced at CES 2015.

The Curie chip has a low-power Quark chip, Bluetooth and a hub to track activities like steps and health data. It also has pattern-recognition technologies, which need to be programmed.

 

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