Intel CEO Brian Krzanich plucked a button off his sport jacket and held it up during his CES 2015 keynote Tuesday night. It was not actually a button, but instead the successor to the postage stamp-sized Intel Edison Chip unveiled at last year’s CES.

Called Curie, the tiny computer has processing power, Bluetooth LE and sensors and is designed for future wearables. It should arrive in the second quarter of this year. Curie was just one of a number of new technologies Intel unveiled during its CES 2015 keynote. They all fell under Intel’s three umbrella areas: Computing Unleashed, Intelligence Everywhere, and the Wearable Revolution. …

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