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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: New PC? How to Set Up a Safe, Secure System 2  m_pav   2006-01-13 11:17:10 
Re: Got a Digital Music Library? Hoarder! Pirate! 2  _timbo_   2006-01-05 12:01:38 
Re: Study: Men and Women Use Internet Differently 2  Lythic   2005-12-31 11:58:28 
Re: Yahoo to Air CBS Sitcoms on the Web 3  TheKahuna   2005-12-27 12:22:18 
Re: Corel Improves a Classic 2  Kagehi   2005-12-27 11:13:57 
Re: High-Risk Flaw Found in Symantec's Software 2  djeff89   2005-12-22 12:25:26 
Re: StealthText Authors Self-Destructive Text Messaging 2  dickdono   2005-12-12 13:00:29 
Re: Microsoft Not Out of Bay State Woods Yet 2  SmartITGuy   2005-12-01 14:10:44 
Re: Curious Moves on the P2P Playing Field 2  melgross   2005-11-30 14:54:36 
Re: Holographic Storage Disc Coming by End of Next Year 2  holoman   2005-11-29 07:04:09 
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux 13  Everlast   2005-11-28 13:00:03 
Re: Forecast: ID Theft by Insiders to Grow Dramatically in '06 2  Armand100   2005-11-27 10:31:04 
Re: Microsoft Seeks Open Standard for Office 12 2  sheeva   2005-11-25 05:48:50 
Re: Is Google the New Evil Empire? 2  Mysterius   2005-11-22 20:57:20 
Re: Sony's Latest Headache: Copyright Infringement Allegations 2  sourjon   2005-11-19 19:56:50 
Re: Uncertainty Haunts Intel, Nokia WiMax Alliance 3  gamelary   2005-11-16 17:56:51 
Re: Holiday Hunt for Xbox 360 May Run Consumers in Circles 2  bennyboy   2005-11-16 09:34:40 
Re: Why You Shouldn't Buy Products From Sony This Season 3  alecwest   2005-11-14 21:45:06 
Re: Microsoft Rebrands, Broadens Spyware Solution 2  jallen64   2005-11-12 09:36:55 
Re: Kansas School Board OKs Doubting of Evolution 3  acu02151   2005-11-12 07:05:41 

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