Google has announced Android Wear, a development platform which extends Android into the wearable devices segment. While companies like i’m Watch have been using Android to power smartwatches since early 2012 and even Motorola took a pass at it with the MOTOACTV, Android Wear is being pitched as a standardized platform and UI that ... Read More »
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New Android 4.4 details have been revealed today, giving us another look at the changes Google will be making under the hood with its upcoming KitKat update. Amir Efrati, a former Wall Street Journal reporter claims to have reviewed a confidential document intended for Android device manufacturers which details many of the new features Google ... Read More »
According to the source of this invite, Russell Holly, who is always spot on with his information, there will be no new hardware at this event. Google, quit playing games with my heart!
Among a myriad of leaks and rumors and conspiracy theories, Google is finally sending out press invites to an ... Read More »
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Google’s Eric Schmidt appeared on-stage at today’s Dive Into Mobile conference, and he hinted Motorola’s upcoming wave of devices. When asked about Motorola’s new set of products, Schmidt said, “[They] are phenomenal. Wait and see for this next generation of technology, it’s very impressive.” Specific details about any new products were withheld, but Schmidt hinted ... Read More »
WARNING: If you are allergic to rumors, speculation, or leaked phones, then do not click on this story. We just received another hot tip about the upcoming Motorola X Phone, and several other devices that are in the pipeline. Read on for the latest gossip.
Financial Times reports that Google’s Android team is working on a smartwatch. The report says the device would act as a companion to your smartphone, but there are not many details provided outside of that. Apple and Samsung are both working on smartwatches to be released later this year, so it shouldn’t be ... Read More »