Intel to Push Wearable Tech at CES

Intel officials reportedly will be showing off new wearable computing devices powered by the chip maker’s Quark processing technology at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 this week.

Speaking to the Website Recode, CEO Brian Krzanich said the vendor at CES will announce its latest Quark chip and will demonstrate some wearable devices that Intel engineers have created. Krzanich didn’t elaborate on what the devices will be, but is pushing the idea of the x86-based Quark technology being a driver of the burgeoning wearable computing trend.


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