Intel buys computer vision specialist Movidius to boost its robotics and VR capabilities

John Leonard
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Latest acquisition continues Intel's move away from the data centre

Intel is to acquire chipmaker Movidius, a startup focused on computer vision and virtual reality (VR). The company intends that the acquisition will boost its RealSense platform, the cornerstone of...

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