Now that the ICC Champions Trophy is done and dusted, and yes, we lost, let’s talk about some of the new technology that Intel introduced this time around.
Intel is working on bringing new innovations to the game of cricket as it today announced its partnership with the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Intel and experimental US clothing studio Chromat have unveiled a new high-tech sports bra along with a 3D-printed dress that will respond to the consumer's adrenaline levels. Chromat showcased these clothes at its Spring Summer 2016 Collection and, both the garments are powered by Intel Curie, a low-power base for responsive consumer and industrial wearables.
Intel has announced details of its Intel Curie module, the button-sized computing module, for wearable devices as well as for consumer and industrial-focussed products.
In a demo at the Consumer technology Show, Intel showed its drones equipped with the technology that makes them automatically avoiding objects and people.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2015), Intel announced a tiny button-size product called Intel Curie which can basically allow anyone to create a smart wearable product.