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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: When Web 2.0 Meets Politics  Sonia Arrison  2008-01-18 06:37:23
well said  chiefswp  2010-10-12 20:08:55
Re: When Web 2.0 Meets Politics  gibsonia  2008-01-18 06:41:27
Re: New WebP Image Format Could Send JPEG Packing  Rob Spiegel  2010-10-01 11:36:53
Good luck Google!  tony4life  2010-10-07 06:14:08
Re: Entering the Age of Personal Discovery  Edward Balassanian  2010-10-05 16:36:52
Great article about Personal Discovery:  stanfordsol21  2010-10-05 18:57:35
Re: Nobel-Worthy Graphene Work Promises Smaller, Greener Chips  Richard Adhikari  2010-10-05 12:00:56
Future looks amazing  jcrewse  2010-10-05 12:06:04
Re: Distant Planet May Have the Right Stuff  Richard Adhikari  2010-10-01 14:25:07
Habitable planet?  iflogic  2010-10-01 18:23:57
Kudos  kisses1  2010-10-03 11:48:37
Re: March of Technology Could Trample US Audio Heritage  Mike Pearson  2010-09-30 12:43:05
We have the same problem with movies.  Kagehi  2010-10-02 11:41:23
Re: Visions of Autonomous Search Dance in Schmidt's Head  Richard Adhikari  2010-09-30 08:33:53
Inverse Search lets you control your own info and ads  inversearch  2010-09-30 08:57:25
Re: James Gosling vs. Oracle: Acquisitions, Open Source and Reality  Rob Enderle  2010-09-29 03:47:39
open source software  markrobinson62  2010-09-29 05:59:50
Re: Feds Seek Sweeping Power to Hunt Bad Guys on the Web  Richard Adhikari  2010-09-27 13:05:17
Bye-bye first amendment  Wopatoolie  2010-09-27 13:30:18
Re: 10 Commandments for Large Business and IT Transformation, Part 1  Raghuram Putcha  2010-09-24 03:58:37
Seen in all before  mozzello  2010-09-24 04:06:51
Re: The Groundbreaking Potential of Codeless Ajax  Jim Dusoe  2009-04-07 12:01:24
Another codeless AJAX example  mozzello  2010-09-23 10:37:56
Ajax article  medicaljournalist  2009-10-10 08:11:30
Re: The Data Liberation Movement  Rob May  2010-09-20 17:10:40
The Information Bank  S-C  2010-09-22 06:55:27
Re: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Custom-Built Mobile Apps  Richard Adhikari  2010-09-20 06:54:08
Alternative approaches for SMBs  FormotusGlen  2010-09-21 17:45:26
Visual Basic Tinker Toys  ckellawan  2010-09-20 08:16:10
Re: Microsoft's Secret Plan to Take Over the World  Rob Enderle  2010-09-20 12:46:12
Conspiracy much?  JM_Brazil  2010-09-21 06:29:16
Re: Microsoft Tells WinPho7 Devs to Build, CDMA Carriers to Wait  Richard Adhikari  2010-09-18 13:19:57
Let's get some perspective.  tony4life  2010-09-18 13:36:04
Re: IE9 Aims to Out-Chrome Chrome  Mike Pearson  2010-09-16 05:21:32
Chrome not that hard to take out  jescott418  2010-09-16 13:09:52
Its still IE...  Kagehi  2010-09-16 14:05:11
Re: Encryption vs. Tokenization: Under the Hood  Stuart Lisk  2010-09-14 13:10:22
This might be stating the obvious, but...  josephadeo  2010-09-14 13:16:02
Re: Cloud Computing Calms Open Source Warfare  Sonia Arrison  2010-09-01 13:56:56
Its all Cloud  Cloud_Zone  2010-09-14 04:45:23
Software Freedom Means 4 specific things  spikeysnack  2010-09-08 12:51:26
Easy to walk away?????  akcoyote  2010-09-03 01:05:25
Some to "cloud" and some not  knowledgenotebook  2010-09-01 14:05:07
Re: New Zero-Day Attack Riddles Adobe Reader  Sidney Hill  2010-09-09 13:03:22
Adobe under attack  spikey27  2010-09-13 21:09:35
Is it me or is Adobe a big target?  jescott418  2010-09-12 17:53:20
Re: YouTube Gives Live Streaming a Spin  Mike Pearson  2010-09-13 21:00:54
Old News  Wopatoolie  2010-09-13 21:02:45

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