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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: Why Dell Is Beating Everyone, Especially Apple, in China  Rob Enderle  2008-10-27 06:28:25
FUDMEISTER ROB:Why Dell Is Beating Everyone, Especially Apple, in China  henkg  2008-11-03 14:21:24
Good job Rob is not working for these guys!  piot  2008-10-27 22:55:19
Rob Enderle... Working for Dell?  pk22901  2008-10-27 14:53:49
Reb Enderle contracts out to Dell  nickinVictori  2008-10-27 11:17:49
cool-aid  just4kicks  2008-10-27 11:52:30
Re: Publisher  nickinVictori  2008-10-27 12:53:23
It is "Kool-Aid"  just4kicks  2008-10-27 13:51:54
Enderle  rancher  2008-10-27 07:04:22
Re: Internet Echo Chamber Drowns Out Real Campaign Issues  Renay San Miguel  2008-10-31 09:19:41
Ignorant readers are not after the truth  josephmartins  2008-11-02 15:31:42
Umm. Seriously..  Kagehi  2008-10-31 11:15:35
Re: With Windows 7, Can Microsoft Lift the Vista Hex?  Walaika Haskins  2008-10-29 15:44:56
From the Future back to the Pleistocene  chuckmarunde  2008-11-01 08:24:29
microsoft 7  gfrajkor  2008-10-29 20:52:01
Re: Technology and Religion: An Interview with the Episcopal Church's Tom Ferguson  Kirk L. Kroeker  2004-03-09 12:44:38
Embrace or die...  btneumann  2008-10-30 12:30:20
Re: Where Are the Video Games Women Really Want?  Walaika Haskins  2008-10-23 06:00:07
The focus should not be on gender.  Laurie_Morgan  2008-10-28 11:58:53
Re: Microsoft Yells 'Fire!' - Then Bars the Doors  Jeff Meisner  2008-10-23 15:40:04
"Outside" opinions?  akcoyote  2008-10-24 12:01:51
very misleading story  jtwaldo  2008-10-23 22:39:35
Re: PC Fixer Lassos Customers the Old Fashioned Way: Free Services  Jack M. Germain  2008-10-22 05:57:36
Mac vs. PC  akcoyote  2008-10-22 15:44:01
Digital Support is really building an 'expert system'  akcoyote  2008-10-22 15:33:57
Ditch the PC!  appeters  2008-10-22 11:11:06
Don't be @ngry, man!  bpmmx  2008-10-22 10:57:09
comlexity  Strouds  2008-10-22 10:17:51
Another stupid idea by a lame brain wannabe with no sense for the bus.  yearight  2008-10-22 06:02:32
Re: New MMO: A Longer Time Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away ...  Walaika Haskins  2008-10-22 12:53:22
Writer was clueless  SirPhobos  2008-10-22 14:05:47
Check your facts  qqmoar  2008-10-22 13:58:58
I think someone forgot...  mrjester  2008-10-22 13:56:52
Re: Social Disease Networking Lets People Own Up Anonymously  Erika Morphy  2008-10-22 13:14:09
Technological 'Sam Spade'?  akcoyote  2008-10-22 13:24:43
Re: Analog's Long Kiss Goodnight  Ted Anthony  2008-10-18 19:13:01
what's the point?  bpmmx  2008-10-20 11:42:35
It's not just nostalgia  bluez34me  2008-10-18 19:19:38
Re: Apple and Google Try to Remap Laptop, Smartphone Landscape  Rob Enderle  2008-10-20 05:12:03
Let's just make up......  marywinderly  2008-10-20 07:25:48
Re: Researchers: Navigating the Web Boots Up Your Brain  Walaika Haskins  2008-10-15 15:15:12
Where to find?  bugmenot1  2008-10-15 15:17:48
Re: Are Web Video Providers on the Wrong Track?  Kurt Scherf and Anton Denissov  2008-10-15 06:08:07
Moving With The Tide  Alannah  2008-10-15 07:07:26
Re: AI Program Texts Its Way to Turing Test Award  Walaika Haskins  2008-10-14 09:39:21
No contest  jbourke  2008-10-15 06:00:49
Re: CBS Goes YouTubing With Full-Length TV Shows  Chris Maxcer  2008-10-13 13:51:20
RE: Youtube + CBS  joshchandler  2008-10-13 13:54:40
Re: GeoEye Starts New Earth Photo Album With High-Res Pics  Erika Morphy  2008-10-10 11:28:04
idea for the future use of satellites  bpmmx  2008-10-11 10:26:57
Re: Cloud Storage, Part 2: The Consumer Data Closet  Jim Offner  2008-10-08 07:47:30
DocLanding: Another document storage option  swept14  2008-10-09 07:41:20
Interesting Article but.....  KevinFranck  2008-10-08 09:37:28
Re: RIM Storms In With New Touchscreen Smartphone  Walaika Haskins  2008-10-08 14:15:31
No rivals  techman23  2008-10-08 14:25:02
Re: Schwarzenegger for President?  Rob Enderle  2008-10-07 07:19:03
On piracy, RealDVD and real change.  josephmartins  2008-10-07 09:30:25
Re: Free Wireless Software Provides Entry-Level Security  Jack M. Germain  2005-05-30 11:29:11
Wifi Protect  johnk3  2008-10-03 16:52:51

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