Intel is using CES 2016 this week to further prove that its silicon technologies aren’t just for PCs and servers anymore.
Company CEO Brian Krzanich at the same event last year introduced Curie, the tiny development platform for wearable devices like smartwatches, bracelets and eyewear and sensors that help make up the Internet of things (IoT). At CES this year in Las Vegas, Krzanich announced a broad array of partnerships with such companies as ESPN, Red Bull, New Balance and Oakley that showcase myriad ways that Intel technologies—from Curie to the company’s RealSense 3D cameras—can be used in a wide array of smart and connected devices.

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