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Intel cautious about selling wearable devices directly

Agam Shah | March 27, 2014
Intel is now a direct seller of wearable devices with the acquisition this week of Basis, a company selling fitness trackers, but the chip maker is taking a cautious approach to selling more products directly.

Intel's goal is to develop a whole set of wearable technologies in-house, which can then drive the market, Bell said.

"For anyone to be successful [in the wearable market] you have to think of how people are going to interact with it," Bell said. "This is something in the longer term that will be valuable for lots of people."


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