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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: HP Readies New PCs for the Windows 7 Party  Erika Morphy  2009-10-14 14:19:05
Are you kidding?! We can all beneFIT from these products!  tony4life  2009-10-14 14:32:36
Re: Windows 7 vs. Snow Leopard: Inside the War Rooms  Rob Enderle  2009-08-31 16:50:08
Enderle advice on the Mongolian language.  macrhino  2009-10-14 11:34:58
Enderle shifts into FUD overdrive  macbrewer  2009-09-10 07:41:40
Oh dear.  sleepyg  2009-09-03 03:39:14
Perceptions, marketing?  billtwyman  2009-08-31 16:57:33
Re: Sidekick Users Burned by Danger in the Cloud  Erika Morphy  2009-10-12 12:29:22
Data services lost forever on Sidekick  Dangered  2009-10-12 13:18:34
Re: LG's E-Reader Prototype Soaks Up Sun  Richard Adhikari  2009-10-12 12:45:58
LG THIN FILM E-READER  leofoss  2009-10-12 12:50:39
Re: Attack of the Droids  Paul Hartsock  2009-10-11 22:34:02
Big Pile Up  snick512  2009-10-11 22:43:58
Re: FCC's Genachowski Not Neutral on New Net Rules  Sonia Arrison  2009-09-30 06:28:28
The definition of Insanity  gretske  2009-10-01 05:13:16
gretske  mykldean  2009-10-07 11:33:03
Thanks for your response, Paradoxy  gretske  2009-10-07 11:51:46
final from paradoxy to gretske  mykldean  2009-10-11 18:18:01
Oh, give me a break...  Kagehi  2009-09-30 13:32:54
FCC's Genachowski Not Neutral on New Net Rules  mykldean  2009-09-30 10:22:07
More likely..  Kagehi  2009-10-01 10:03:10
Kagehi  mykldean  2009-10-07 11:26:58
Re: LeapFish Easily Swims Through Multiple Search Ponds  Jack M. Germain  2009-02-04 17:01:11
LeapFish  mwren0120  2009-10-09 14:10:24
Beware of Leapfish  opinionleader  2009-10-07 13:56:20
Well they certainly are a search engine, but...  m_hoffman  2009-02-04 17:35:01
Re: PC Gamers: A Dying Breed?  Brian R. Hook  2009-10-08 07:44:29
RE: PC Gaming  JCD  2009-10-08 13:43:03
Re: Should the President Have a Big Red Button for the Internet?  Lolita C. Baldor  2009-10-03 13:37:32
Should the President Have a Big Red Button for the Internet?  StFi  2009-10-05 22:42:05
Yikes!  Kagehi  2009-10-03 13:41:31
Re: Adobe Flash to Shine on All Smartphones - Except One  Richard Adhikari  2009-10-05 11:43:20
Flash on iPhone  nolanja1  2009-10-05 14:05:49
Visit countless non-flash sites instead.  Rannder  2009-10-05 11:51:49
WTH is Wrong with Apple?  Wyveryx  2009-10-05 11:49:36
Re: Nvidia Imagines Computing's Next Age  Rob Enderle  2009-10-05 09:36:05
There is a reason...  Kagehi  2009-10-05 09:57:49
Re: IE6: Dead Browser Walking  Erika Morphy  2009-08-18 00:51:41
A cool reason for IE...Twonky Beam  hkatl  2009-10-01 22:54:24
Re: Caught Up in the Social Networking Frenzy  Roger L. Kay  2009-10-01 08:01:28
Beyond FB and Twitter  elizhrose  2009-10-01 10:37:38
Social Networks Phenomena  greatdocuments  2009-10-01 08:42:33
Re: Google Waves Hello to Early Testers  Richard Adhikari  2009-09-30 12:52:26
Google Wave  greatdocuments  2009-10-01 08:45:54
Looks valuable for working group communications  euonymous  2009-09-30 13:25:03
Re: Google Wends Its Way Into Web Annotation With Sidewiki  Richard Adhikari  2009-09-24 17:18:36
Google Sidewiki  greatdocuments  2009-10-01 07:19:54
Sidewiki  4eyes  2009-09-25 11:08:54
Re: GPS Safety, Part 1: Texting, Part 2?  Mike Pearson  2009-09-30 07:57:57
Drive to survive  scarshi  2009-09-30 16:07:03
It's a terrible trend  bposton  2009-09-30 08:08:22
Re: EU Sets Out to Save the iPod Generation's Hearing  Erika Morphy  2009-09-28 17:03:39
Hard To Enforce  Fetrow  2009-09-28 20:06:32
Is this really necessary or useful?  josephmartins  2009-09-28 17:16:46
Re: The US' Perilous Path to Energy Enslavement  Rob Enderle  2009-09-28 10:04:02
Role of Government in Energy Saving: R&D Facilitator  AlanMorrison  2009-09-28 14:22:31
Re: Will Microsoft's Courier Deliver the Goods?  Renay San Miguel  2009-09-26 09:51:39
Courier  akcoyote  2009-09-26 10:26:35
Re: Navigating the New Cybercrime Threatscape, Part 3  Jeff Debrosse  2009-09-23 08:42:13
Navigating the Cyber Crime Threatscape..  khimes62  2009-09-24 13:19:59
Boyd and the Loop  Oldpilot  2009-09-23 11:26:24
a couple adds  Oldpilot  2009-09-25 09:25:25

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