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Sure, smartwatches are smarter than your regular wristwatch, but Google plans to make them even smarter. Better yet, the company is working on a couple of Android Wear devices of its own. Are we finally getting the “Nexus” smartwatches that Google never made?
Remember the Blocks modular smartwatch concept? Well, the good news is that the product is no longer just a concept. After an impressive $1.6 million Kickstarter campaign, the company is ready to show off the final version of the product. Even better, you can preorder a Blocks watch right now, though the device launches only …
One of the chief criticisms levied at the Apple Watch in particular, and at smartwatches in general, is that there’s not really much you can do on such a small screen. So while we’re still waiting for developers to figure out how to squeeze a compelling gaming experience onto a small display, how about we …
You might be forgiven for thinking that the Apple Watch is the only smartwatch worth buying. But watches running Android Wear are alive, kicking, and getting better.
Google on Thursday kicked off its 2015 edition of the Google I/O developers conference, announcing a bunch of interesting new products, including the new Android M operating system, but also new features for its smartwatch platform, Android Wear.
Google is about to update the Android version of one of its most popular mobile apps, hiding in Google Maps 9.9 for Android a not-so-secret feature that smartwatch users will love: support for Android Wear.
Google is supposedly working on making Android Wear smartwatches compatible with iPhone, which might be a clever way to combat Apple’s popular Apple Watch. However, while Google has yet to release Android Wear support for iOS, you can already connect Android Wear devices to iPhone and iPad. Now, a new video shows you exactly how to do it …
It’s always great when a someone ports an ancient OS onto a modern piece of technology just to prove they can do it. YouTube user Corbin Davenport this week showed off something that’s one of the oddest pairings of this kind ever: The Macintosh System 6 platform on an Android Wear smartwatch.
The general consensus among early smartwatch adopters is that Android Wear has a lot to learn from the Apple Watch, although neither wearable platform is anywhere close to perfect. Mashable’s Ray Wong has written a feature on six things that Android Wear can do right now that the Apple Watch can’t and three of them seem …