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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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Gadget Ogling: A Juicy Wristband, a Gamy Wearable and a Dorky Dongle


Asus is taking a common-sense approach to the fitness tracker game by debuting a new watch with a 10-day battery life. Thanks to its square screen, the soon-to-be-released VivoWatch resembles a smartwatch more than, say, a Fitbit. It appears to have a monochrome screen, which must help extend that all-important battery life. It has a stainless-steel build, and dust and water protection.
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Re: RAND: Foreign Talent Helps Keep US No. 1 in Science and Tech  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-14 15:55:52
Foreign Borns Dominate U S Science and Medicine  hadashito  2008-06-14 16:47:18
Re: Intel Antitrust: Trouble for All Tech Companies  Sonia Arrison  2008-06-13 08:14:46
Smells like Intel paid Sonia  aferozpu  2008-06-14 08:47:36
Successful Monopolists Can Move Past......  brettze  2008-06-13 15:05:55
Is Intel One trick Pony???  brettze  2008-06-13 15:01:18
I would be damned only if ....  brettze  2008-06-13 14:45:15
I am not a bleeding heart, but....  brettze  2008-06-13 14:32:10
The Timeframe is also Important.  BT62  2008-06-13 12:57:55
Got the facts wrong  alcapwned  2008-06-13 11:15:32
Totally Off Base  FHirsch  2008-06-13 10:42:56
Re: Verizon to Offer Starter Centro Smartphone as iPhone Alternative  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-12 15:20:59
IPhone and Verizon  Charm7  2008-06-12 17:40:52
What's an iPhone look alike without the Apple OS?  azkobushi  2008-06-12 16:03:09
Re: Computex: All Things Non-iPhone  Rob Enderle  2008-06-09 05:16:34
Yes but you surf to!  James123  2008-06-09 05:21:48
Re: Do Educational DVDs Make Babies Blockheads?  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-08 07:18:43
Maybe the study should be redone. I've had tremendous success with DVDs  awesomechild  2008-06-08 07:42:13
Re: Exergaming: A Worthy Exercise Alternative?  Ricky Bills  2008-06-03 12:12:51
Exergaming a welcome evolution  XRGamerOne  2008-06-03 20:28:25
Re: High-End Home Entertainment Heading Downstream  Bill Ablondi  2008-06-03 06:23:12
Don't Forget Furniture  lovesac  2008-06-03 06:28:50
Re: Scientists Develop Breakthrough Internet Protocol  Kirk L. Kroeker  2004-03-16 05:43:17
where do you download it?  frgy_frgy  2008-06-02 17:34:29
Re: Perception vs. Reality: Vista vs. Leopard With a White House Spin  Rob Enderle  2008-06-02 05:40:56
Get real, Rob  digdog1  2008-06-02 13:01:23
Talking about bias  ItsInTheExec  2008-06-02 11:00:55
Re: Aggressive Antipiracy Firm Snags Dolphin in Tuna Net  Erika Morphy  2008-05-30 16:15:20
DDoS as Business Strategy  cparente  2008-06-02 12:15:50
Re: Samsung Crams 256 GB Into Slim SSD  Walaika Haskins  2008-05-31 18:05:55
Reading Last to First  geofbrewer  2008-05-31 18:10:44
Re: Is Blu-ray Worth It?  Walaika Haskins  2008-05-29 09:35:39
Blu-ray or bust  geofbrewer  2008-05-31 18:02:05
Re: Phoenix Gets Down to Business on Martian Soil  Arthur H. Rotstein  2008-05-31 17:48:30
Real science  geofbrewer  2008-05-31 17:52:27
Re: New PC Purchasing: Navigating the Confusing Tech Terrain  Michelle Kessler  2008-05-31 16:54:49
Bigger is not always better or expensive  geofbrewer  2008-05-31 17:13:46
Re: Dating and the Social Networker: Too Much Information?  Heidi Stevens  2008-05-27 11:32:07
What about instincts and gut feelings when it comes to love?  TrishMcDermot  2008-05-27 11:47:40
Re: What Do EMC and Apple Have in Common? Quality  Rob Enderle  2008-05-26 05:52:43
Monopoly, again.  jimstead  2008-05-27 07:54:32
Re: The H-1B Visa Dilemma, Part 2: What to Do?  Andrew K. Burger  2008-05-20 05:05:19
H1-B VISA - part II  nellwal  2008-05-20 05:11:10
protectionism  mm1234  2008-05-21 17:20:18
Re: YouTube to Lieberman: Censor This  Jason Z. Cohen  2008-05-20 11:17:51
Insult  todd54  2008-05-21 06:21:18
Re: Google Offers Virtual Filing Cabinet for Health Records  Walaika Haskins  2008-05-20 17:41:41
Don't worry about Google, worry about....  StratComm  2008-05-20 17:52:25
Re: Chinese Government Eases Net Censorship Following Quake  Cara Anna  2008-05-19 23:20:28
ASCERTAINING RELIABILITY OF INFORMATION SOURCES  WarrenRodwell  2008-05-19 23:28:38

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