It seems like most tech companies these days are coming out with wearables... as they're called... tech gadgets you wear. And while most of them put function above fashion, one company is going for style.
FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal has more in this Fox on Tech:
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Fitbits focus on activity levels. Apple says its new watch is available next year. Samsung has watches too and of course there's Google glass.
Now Intel says it's partnered with a company that designed the MICA - My Intelligent Communications Accessory.
(Kelly) "It's very sleek and targeted for women."
Mashable Senior Tech Correspondent Samantha Murphy Kelly says it's more bracelet, less watch, and still pretty big like most wearables.
(Kelly) "There are some notifications, you can get alerts from Facebook, Google, your calendar, text messages, but it is limited you can't really respond back to them, so it is smart but it could potentially be smarter."
It'll go for $500 only at Barneys stores.
Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News Radio.