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Google Dresses Up Android Wear


Google on Monday released an update to Android Wear -- just the second significant feature refresh for its wearable device software since its introduction more than a year ago. "This update is overdue," said Ian Fogg, senior director and head of the mobile and telecoms team at IHS Technology. "With other products, Google adds features fairly continuously," he noted.
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New Smart Drone Breaks $1K Barrier


A new aerial drone from 3D Robotics packs two computers and an array of powerful features for $999. The computers -- one on the craft and one in the controller -- have enabled it to make some radical breakthroughs in autonomous flight and camera control, according to 3DR. Built on 1-GHz Cortex A9 ARM chips running Linux, the computers allow operators to preprogram the drone's flight path.
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Re: Blogger Gets Four-Year Jail Term for Insulting Islam  Keith Regan  2007-02-22 22:30:40
THE FUTURE  DrMusic  2011-08-22 10:09:37
Re: DARPA's Long-Term Long Shot to the Stars  Richard Adhikari  2011-08-22 09:53:59
plausable  DrMusic  2011-08-22 10:04:15
Re: Invasion of the Body Hackers? Wireless Medical Devices Susceptible to Attacks  Richard Adhikari  2011-08-20 15:38:58
The problem aren't just radio controled devices  catmedia  2011-08-20 15:44:58
Re: America: It's Time to Snap Out of the Pro-Death Trance  Sonia Arrison  2011-07-20 22:24:41
covering the check  Bayley12  2011-08-18 23:50:53
The problem is who is gonna pick up the check?  hairyfeet  2011-07-27 07:49:30
Re: Do You Really Know What Your Android Is Capable Of?  Patrick Nelson  2011-08-18 08:31:48
Android Operation  ClemFrieckie  2011-08-18 08:42:39
Re: Acer's Latest Iconia Tablet May Run Out of Gas  Richard Adhikari  2011-08-12 12:50:23
Image is everything  jescott418  2011-08-17 03:57:27
Acer A100  Sirius  2011-08-15 12:49:43
oh, come on.  markhahn  2011-08-14 11:46:33
Re: Scientists Pop Atoms in Microwave, Out Comes Quantum Entanglement  Richard Adhikari  2011-08-11 18:51:37
Patented Nanotechnology  holoman  2011-08-12 20:48:34
Re: 4 Amazing Technology Waves That Will Change Your Life  Rob Enderle  2011-07-11 09:15:10
Group text chat is solved  mryanaz  2011-08-09 23:52:03
Right! . . . .  farmerbob  2011-07-11 09:18:47
Re: 5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Boost Your Social Engineering Immunity  Ed Moyle  2011-08-09 09:33:15
There was some great Social Engineering Talks @blackhat this year  Kimlee  2011-08-09 09:39:57
Re: Anonymous, PayPal and WikiLeaks: The Grudge That Keeps On Grudging  Paul Hartsock  2011-07-31 05:36:47
BURNING BRIDGES  bz  2011-08-08 15:10:39
Re: Now That We Know There's a Rat Among Us, What's Next?  Richard Adhikari  2011-08-04 15:33:51
I smell something else too  jescott418  2011-08-04 15:38:43
Re: Facebook Gives Mobile the Platform Treatment  John P. Mello Jr.  2010-11-12 19:11:39
facebook  aesconnect  2011-08-03 19:50:17
Re: Dilbert Gets Windows Phone 7, the US Gets the Three Stooges  Rob Enderle  2011-08-01 12:58:00
re:TechNewsWorld Talkback  jumpdates  2011-08-02 23:44:06
The only big news here ...  daboochmeister  2011-08-01 12:59:12
Re: Seeking Tomorrow's Security Solutions Today, Part 2  Richard Adhikari  2011-07-28 16:48:47
Security best practices  John_Pabon  2011-07-28 17:02:33
Re: Microsoft Throws a Juicy Mango to Manufacturers  Rachelle Dragani  2011-07-27 12:55:31
Support for Existing WP7 devices  john_johndunleavy_net  2011-07-27 13:00:43
Re: Google+ Name Game: Who Are the Biggest Losers?  Richard Adhikari  2011-07-25 13:03:13
Google + or Google -??  akcoyote  2011-07-25 15:39:00
Re: Apple Comes In Like a Lion  Paul Hartsock  2011-07-23 11:41:28
enjoyed reading.  gzairborne  2011-07-24 04:15:38
Looks like Apples push, fell . . .  farmerbob  2011-07-23 12:47:24
Re: Tablets, Desktops, Notebooks: Who's Eating Whom?  Richard Adhikari  2011-07-22 06:36:16
Only apple smart enough with 2nd product  jbelkin  2011-07-22 14:46:19
Eh?  aardman  2011-07-22 06:45:18
Re: The Holographic Universe: Is Our 3D World Just an Illusion?  Katherine Noyes  2011-07-22 14:33:11
Revelation?  cspizz  2011-07-22 14:41:49
Re: Lenovo's Tablet Trio to Take On the iPad  Rob Spiegel  2011-07-20 14:23:28
Lenovo Tablets  virthddman  2011-07-22 10:18:52

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