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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: Critics Charge Craigslist Functions as Bulletin Board for Child Prostitution  Kimberly Hill  2010-08-10 04:36:46
Craigslist  profpatt  2010-08-10 07:12:48
Part of the problem...  Kagehi  2010-08-10 11:33:43
Re: What's Google's Deal?  Paul Hartsock  2010-08-07 09:56:23
Don't trust Google  jescott418  2010-08-08 09:04:30
Get it while you can . . .  farmerbob  2010-08-07 14:02:55
Google is not ethical  Bradvin  2010-08-07 10:49:39
Re: Microsoft's Mobile Morass, Part 2  Richard Adhikari  2010-08-07 02:48:51
MS Office might be the key  oohmyygoood  2010-08-07 02:58:03
Re: Google Wave, We hardly Knew Ye  Richard Adhikari  2010-08-06 02:03:40
Google versus Facebook - the debate continues  dawnclarke  2010-08-06 02:20:29
Re: Are Amazon's New Kindles Tablets-in-Training?  Katherine Noyes  2010-07-30 10:13:34
Kindle part of wider plan for Amazon  dawnclarke  2010-08-05 06:04:37
The Kindle is better than the iPad for reading books  bobjuch  2010-07-30 10:26:28
Re: Droid X: More Athlete Than Aesthete  Paul Hartsock  2010-08-03 06:17:24
Photo Quality  Galaxy42  2010-08-04 04:52:21
RE: photo quality  hartsock  2010-08-04 08:37:26
Droid X  winston1907  2010-08-03 11:43:27
Re: Google Gets Playful With Facebook Rivalry  Katherine Noyes  2010-07-28 12:54:35
Nice .. NOT!  aergern  2010-07-28 12:56:06
Re: Safely Riding the Monster Information-Sharing Wave  Craig A. Robinson  2010-03-24 13:43:37
File Transfer  serena2000  2010-07-27 14:13:02
Re: India Aims to Supply Students With $35 Tablet Computers  Erika Morphy  2010-07-24 17:06:12
Not exportable to the us?  fmcentire  2010-07-26 08:48:01
Re: The Social Network Half a Billion Love to Hate  Paul Hartsock  2010-07-25 16:53:18
How many Facebook pages are about people?  Alverant  2010-07-25 16:57:23
Re: The Incredible, Invulnerable, Indispensable Social Network  Renay San Miguel  2010-07-23 12:22:55
Truth and Justice  josephmartins  2010-07-23 12:33:30
Re: Report From the Trenches: Health IT Post-HITECH  Ed Moyle  2010-07-20 13:05:32
Impact on HIE initiatives?  squakmtn  2010-07-23 09:15:16
Re: Droid X Screen Problems Nipped in Bud  Katherine Noyes  2010-07-21 12:32:53
Droid X Screen Problems Nipped in Bud?  drpalmer  2010-07-22 07:26:43
.  StevenJobs  2010-07-21 14:55:42
droi issue - ez pz; Antennagate - big issue - Jobs ducking and weaving  coletriz  2010-07-21 14:10:54
Not the Same as Antennagate  MediaSucks  2010-07-21 12:55:22
Re: Facebook Nation: Millions and Millions of Worried People  Kimberly Hill  2010-07-21 06:16:05
Why even have privacy statements?  WoodyZeldaB  2010-07-21 06:24:47
Re: Facebook Critics: Does Behavioral Advertising by Any Other Name Smell as Foul?  Renay San Miguel  2010-04-21 15:53:18
Targeting always the bad guy?  kfrothingham  2010-07-20 13:50:56
Re: Apple's Gratis Bumpers: Case Closed?  Richard Adhikari  2010-07-16 14:05:22
What would have cost Apple less . . .  farmerbob  2010-07-18 15:20:52
Re: Apple: Happy Now?  Paul Hartsock  2010-07-17 17:35:37
This level of Singal Loss does not happen to ALL phones . . .  farmerbob  2010-07-18 15:13:18
Apple deserves the bad PR  Alverant  2010-07-18 10:13:37
Re: The Sweet Smell of Social Media Success - and the Funk of Failure  Renay San Miguel  2010-07-16 06:26:11
Social Media Strategy  local-marketer  2010-07-16 07:11:03
Re: HP Spurns Android Tablet for webOS?  Richard Adhikari  2010-07-15 12:17:10
Congratulations HP...  trojoe  2010-07-15 15:55:19
Re: What Apple - and Technology - Is Taking Away From Us  Rob Enderle  2010-07-05 10:00:25
freedom  katydean  2010-07-14 04:27:26
Not much freedom in computing  jescott418  2010-07-07 18:24:39
The Good Old Days  drpalmer  2010-07-07 13:18:38
Why to use photo recovery software to recover erased pictures  datarecovery  2010-07-07 02:21:20
Pots and kettles!  Bill_Twyman  2010-07-06 16:26:46

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