Android Wear - A complete teardown of how it works
Added over 2 years ago | As appeared first on arstechnica.com | Author: Ron Amadeo
Yesterday, Google announced Android Wear, its wearable device platform for smartwatches. Android Wear is a shrunken-down, watch-going version of KitKat that looks poised to take over the wearables market. After poring over tons of websites and digging around in the emulator, we've scraped together just about all the information that's out there, so if you want to know what the future of smartwatches looks like, read on. This is the home screen of Android Wear. At the top is a very faint "G" b... Continue reading on arstechnica.com
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