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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: The Promise and the Peril of Web 2.0 2  tddempsey   2009-09-01 05:51:21 
Re: Wikipedia to Tinge Suspect Entries With Orange Cast 2  awenger   2009-08-31 18:34:23 
Re: 'Batman: Arkham Asylum' Is Crazy Good 1  Lou Kesten   2009-08-27 14:59:58 
Re: Facebook Bows to Canada's Privacy Demands 2  aclunc   2009-08-27 13:39:37 
Re: OneApp Aims to Give Dumb Phones Some App Smarts 2  mvendel   2009-08-26 23:36:36 
Re: Heavy Multitaskers Aren't Good At It 2  byloslhi   2009-08-26 13:31:27 
Re: Social Security: Guarding Your Identity in Online Networks 2  Bakersss   2009-08-26 09:09:11 
Re: Name-Calling Blogger Tests Limits of Online Anonymity 5  amadha0719   2009-08-20 13:17:16 
Re: Lenovo Looks Homeward With New PC Products 2  kmatan   2009-08-20 10:27:56 
Re: Apple vs. Google vs. Microsoft: World War 3 Cometh 4  bassfooter   2009-08-19 09:40:12 
Re: Is There a Dark Cloud Over SSL's Green Glow? 2  Mdemay   2009-08-19 08:36:00 
Re: Neutralizing the Smartphone Security Threat 2  Cleeuim   2009-08-18 11:28:25 
Re: Did Talking on a Cellphone While Driving Get a Bum Rap? 4  bushputz   2009-08-17 11:34:09 
Re: Another Day, Another DDoS Blitz for Twitter 2  nulled   2009-08-14 11:31:58 
Re: How Hybrid and Electric Car MPG, Price Tags Stack Up 2  Kagehi   2009-08-12 13:16:24 
Re: Google Offers Testers a Sip of Caffeine 3  Runaway1956   2009-08-12 08:58:37 
Re: Apple and Google on Brain Vacation 9  RobEnderle   2009-08-11 17:07:58 
Re: Facebook Slurps Up FriendFeed 2  uberdude88   2009-08-11 12:23:53 
Re: Next-Gen Prius: What Will a Little Sunshine Get You? 8  Fetrow   2009-08-08 20:11:52 
Re: Microsoft + Yahoo: Heavenly Marriage, Hellish Divorce? 2  vanax   2009-08-08 12:16:05 

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