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|22nd June 2015, 06:51||#1|
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Intel buys wearables company Recon
Intel has written a cheque for the maker of heads-up wearables geared towards sports.
Recon was a long term investment from Intel from its start-up days. Now it seems to be making stuff, Intel has decided that it wants a piece of the action.
There are no plans to dismantle Recon. A spokesIntel said that the company will continue selling, enhancing and marketing their products under the Recon brand without disruption.
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