Today, the Google announced Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 4, adding a number of new features for developers and (eventually) users.
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Today, Google announced the second preview release of its upcoming Android Wear 2.0 platform for wearable devices, adding support for new features and some bug fixes too.
When Microsoft first delivered Outlook for Android Wear last August, it provided basic email, calendar and notification support. But thanks to a major new update, you can now use Outlook as your watch face and stay on top of your day at a glance.
It's hard to keep up with the rapid release and updating of Microsoft mobile apps on Android and iOS. Case in point: Outlook Mobile is just now adding support for Android Wear devices. And I am surprised to discover this wasn't already a feature.
Google this week highlighted some updates it is bringing to Android Wear "over the next few weeks," including new gestures, voice control, and improved call and message support.
Wearables are all over the map, encompassing everything from high-end smart watches to low-end fitness bands. So there is great choice, but also great confusion. Not helping matters, many aren't sure whether wearables will have any staying power.
The Moto 360 Sport will become available in the U.S. in early January, providing built-in GPS and a cool "AnyLight" display for both indoor and outdoor use.
Motorola's new smart watch, the Moto 360, comes in a wide range of style and size choices. My review unit arrived today and I've paired it with my Moto X.
Motorola’s second generation Moto X smart watch comes in two sizes, and now comes in models aimed at men, women, and fitness fans. Based on Android Wear, this new wearable offers a tremendous range of style choices, and is reasonably affordable. The other day, I mentioned in Samsung’s Latest Smart Watches Could One-Up Apple Watch […]
Samsung is set to release its third generation smart watch family soon. And it looks like they will correct some of the issues I have with the Apple Watch.
Google announced this morning that its Android Wear computing platform is now compatible with Apple's iPhone, a genius and desperate cross-platform play.
During the opening keynote address at Google I/O on Thursday, Google provided an update on its wearable platform, Android Wear. The firm is positioning Android Wear alongside other Android-based technologies as part of its strategy of going “beyond mobile for a multi-screen world.” The search giant introduced Android Wear in early 2014, and announced that […]
Microsoft has announced updates to the OneDrive app on Windows Phone and Android. And each adds exactly one interesting new feature.
With the Apple Watch launch almost upon us—the device ostensibly goes on sale starting Friday, but supply is limited with preorders already stretching out into July—Google has gone on an interesting little offensive, reminding people that Apple Watch isn’t the only game in town. You see, Google has its own wearable platform called Android Wear. […]