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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: Is It Too Late for Homes to Get Smart?  Kurt Scherf  2009-02-03 07:07:21
Your view on services like HomeCamera  varunarora  2009-02-03 23:50:12
Re: US to Enlist 20-Petaflop IBM Supercomputer for Nuke Management Duty  Chris Maxcer  2009-02-03 15:23:15
US to Enlist 20-Petaflop IBM Supercomputer for Nuke Management Duty  jerzyguy29  2009-02-03 16:40:46
Re: Grassley Wants to Cut NSF From Stim Package on Porn-Surfing Suspicions  Henry C. Jackson  2009-01-31 11:03:52
NSF and Porn  jperhonis  2009-02-03 09:31:26
Re: First Death Threats, Now Spit: TechCrunch Blogger Arrington Calls Time Out  Renay San Miguel  2009-01-29 17:35:31
What ever happened to civility?  geofbrewer  2009-02-02 17:44:18
Re: Preparing for the Silver Tsunami: Innovative Elder-Tech  Alan Scher Zagier  2009-02-02 08:34:11
Simple devices often overlooked  Eldercareguy  2009-02-02 08:44:49
Re: Is Dell Dialing Up a Smartphone?  Chris Maxcer  2009-01-31 06:30:03
Dell Smart Phone  gybognarjr  2009-01-31 15:03:07
Here's the thing...  SkateNY  2009-01-31 06:31:10
Re: Verizon Launches VoIP House Phone Hub  Chris Maxcer  2009-01-31 10:41:00
Cutting the cord (on landlines)  akcoyote  2009-01-31 11:07:11
Re: Alternative-Alternative Energies: What's Next?  Jim Offner  2009-01-28 09:54:22
hydrino energy  petergluck  2009-01-28 09:57:34
Re: Living on Windows 7: Can It Bring Back the Windows 95 Glory Days?  Rob Enderle  2009-01-26 06:08:13
Where's the Content?  XMan  2009-01-26 06:42:13
Trashing Apple?  RobEnderle  2009-01-26 09:45:10
Not exactly...  XMan  2009-01-26 11:18:49
Response  RobEnderle  2009-01-26 13:11:57
Unfortunately the 'excitement' of Windows '95 gave us this:  ButtFuzz  2009-01-26 06:39:27
Agreed Windows 95 Had "Issues"  RobEnderle  2009-01-26 09:30:26
Re: How to Build a Small-Business Web Site, Part 4: Web 2.0 Tools  Denise J. Deveau  2009-01-25 04:24:42
Follow your market  wecandobiz  2009-01-25 04:32:29
Re: All the President's Technology: Obama to Keep 'BlackBerry'  Walaika Haskins  2009-01-22 14:14:49
Obama "Blackberry"  jecarl  2009-01-22 20:46:36
Re: Is Cisco Spoiling for a Server Market Brawl?  Erika Morphy  2009-01-20 19:50:45
Cisco the enter Server market?  thebanditblog  2009-01-20 19:58:41
Re: Avatars in Tuxes: Second Life Hosts Inaugural Ball  Pam Baker  2009-01-20 16:06:14
Great to see a positive story about Second Life  RichardE  2009-01-20 16:17:25
Re: Apple Without Steve Is Like Disney Without Walt  Rob Enderle  2009-01-19 05:02:43
More BS  zato  2009-01-19 15:41:05
great story, but huh?  priceski  2009-01-19 06:13:50
Steve Jobs: Apple's Toy Story  hotbaloney  2009-01-19 05:54:01
Jobs vs Disney  googleman  2009-01-19 05:30:49
Re: Kido Worm Keeps On Truckin' via USB Thumb Drives  Chris Maxcer  2009-01-19 04:20:09
Fixes for blocked infected PCs  siteriver  2009-01-19 08:01:15
Re: Harvard Prof Sets Record Straight on Internet Carbon Study  Renay San Miguel  2009-01-12 15:43:47
More credibility down the drain  charcar682  2009-01-17 08:28:28
Climate friendly searches.  pebege  2009-01-14 01:17:08
Google, CO2 and cesspool  MarkDunin  2009-01-13 14:36:04
Googles CO2 emmissions  MarkFrank  2009-01-13 03:00:59
What About The Brin and Page's Plane?  altavista  2009-01-12 20:46:03
Re: Will Newspapers' Slayer Be Their Savior?  Renay San Miguel  2009-01-16 13:32:03
Thanks for the conversation, Renay  agahran  2009-01-16 13:41:05
Re: Scientists Find Too Many Cooks - er, Cores - Spoils the CPU  Chris Maxcer  2009-01-15 22:51:20
Memory wall vs. programming wall  cleiserson  2009-01-16 13:40:53
Re: National Safety Council Urges Total Ban on Cell Use While Driving  Walaika Haskins  2009-01-13 16:18:07
People Ignore the law anyway  alangrus  2009-01-14 10:27:28
Re: Responsible E-Disposal: Attacking the E-Waste Blight  Jim Offner  2009-01-13 11:34:24
Responsible E-Disposal: Attacking the E-Waste Blight  frazz4  2009-01-13 11:41:04

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