Last week, the technology world descended on Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to show off the latest in consumer hardware and software technologies. The event also saw the industry’s key movers and shakers share their insights for the future of technology.
For the HWTrek team, what stood out the most among the sea of announcements was Intel’s unveiling of a series of game-changing initiatives targeted at wearable technology – a sure sign that the era of “connected everything, everywhere” has arrived.
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