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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: Google Plays Openness Card to Slip Broadband Between TV Channels  Richard Adhikari  2008-03-25 16:14:49
Re: Google Plays Openness Card to Slip Broadband Between TV Channels  mrkleen  2008-03-26 05:53:31
Re: Google Plays Openness Card to Slip Broadband Between TV Channels  the3dman  2008-03-25 16:26:46
Re: Pirates of the Caribbean? Antigua Firm Cracks Blu-ray DRM  Chris Maxcer  2008-03-22 21:58:27
Re: Pirates of the Caribbean? Antigua Firm Cracks Blu-ray DRM  aar  2008-03-23 17:10:54
Re: Intel, Microsoft: The Future of Computing Is Parallel  Richard Adhikari  2008-03-19 13:34:49
Nightmare on Core Street  Mapou  2008-03-20 09:17:07
Re: Microsoft Brightens Windows Mobile With Flash Lite  Jim Offner  2008-03-17 21:25:24
Re: Microsoft Brightens Windows Mobile With Flash Lite  Azazello  2008-03-18 16:54:46
Re: Verizon Greases P2P's Wheels With New File-Sharing Tech  Chris Maxcer  2008-03-14 15:06:31
Re: Verizon Greases P2P's Wheels With New File-Sharing Tech  zergkiller  2008-03-14 16:10:34
Re: A Home Server of Our Own  Chris Maxcer  2008-02-19 05:37:12
Re: A Home Server of Our Own  mwhawki  2008-03-12 18:49:14
Re: AI Program Thinks Like a 4-Year-Old  Richard Adhikari  2008-03-11 20:50:29
Re: AI Program Thinks Like a 4-Year-Old  trejay  2008-03-12 03:25:19
Re: AI Program Thinks Like a 4-Year-Old  Shiggity  2008-03-12 09:47:33
Re: 10 Technologies Not Yet Ready for SMBs  Gene Marks  2008-03-09 15:34:22
Re: 10 Technologies Not Yet Ready for SMBs  bitme  2008-03-10 13:48:57
Re: Shining a Light on Unsung Heroes  Rob Enderle  2008-03-03 07:09:51
Re: Shining a Light on Unsung Heroes  kenholmz  2008-03-05 21:18:27
Re: Antiterrorist Candid Camera Network Raises Privacy Concerns  Mimi Hall  2008-03-04 18:40:10
Re: Antiterrorist Candid Camera Network Raises Privacy Concerns  BCPlanner  2008-03-05 08:39:24
Re: Green Mobile Phone Base Stations: Taking Root, Beginning to Sprout  Jack Ewing  2008-03-02 07:55:34
Re: Green Mobile Phone Base Stations: Taking Root, Beginning to Sprout  mcsalty  2008-03-04 16:34:40
Re: Microsoft Loosens Fist With New, Open IE8  Brad King  2008-03-04 15:36:21
Re: Microsoft Loosens Fist With New, Open IE8  mcsalty  2008-03-04 15:41:02
Re: Radio to the People  Sonia Arrison  2008-02-22 05:58:43
Re: Radio to the People  stamplaw  2008-03-04 09:08:49
Re: Radio to the People  charlesa  2008-02-23 11:29:15
Re: Radio to the People  geofbrewer  2008-02-24 12:19:11
Re: Hoax Hunters Turn Their Eyes to Digital Photo Technology  Anick Jesdanun  2008-03-03 11:00:10
Re: Hoax Hunters Turn Their Eyes to Digital Photo Technology  badandypd  2008-03-03 11:05:06
Re: Harvard Law Researchers to Helm Social Net Safety Group  Jim Offner  2008-02-29 10:14:43
Re: Harvard Law Researchers to Helm Social Net Safety Group  Fire_Phoenix  2008-03-02 19:57:16
Re: Harvard Law Researchers to Helm Social Net Safety Group  lrosen9999  2008-03-01 10:17:37
Re: Harvard Law Researchers to Helm Social Net Safety Group  lrosen9999  2008-02-29 10:19:00
Re: Pakistan's YouTube Censorship Triggers Worldwide Outage  Richard Adhikari  2008-02-25 12:39:22
Re: Pakistan's YouTube Censorship Triggers Worldwide Outage  JFFU  2008-02-25 20:44:55
Re: How Gaming Chops Translate Into Real-World Business Skills  Preeta M. Banerjee  2008-02-21 10:41:26
Re: How Gaming Chops Translate Into Real-World Business Skills  fatcat1957  2008-02-22 15:37:22
Re: BlackBerry Outage Heightens Customer Angst  Erika Morphy  2008-02-12 17:26:15
It's a sad state of affairs...  josephmartins  2008-02-12 17:36:11
Re: Taking Total Control With Logitech's Harmony 1000 Remote  Matt Lee  2008-02-08 08:48:13
Re: Taking Total Control With Logitech's Harmony 1000 Remote  ljh6789  2008-02-12 10:20:25
Re: 10 Small Business Technologies That Just Plain Work  Gene Marks  2008-02-11 21:56:57
Re: 10 Small Business Technologies That Just Plain Work  sanjiv_swarup  2008-02-11 21:58:38

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