Announcing Google Android Wear: An Operating System For Smartwatches!

It’s official! Google has jumped into wearables. The company has announced Android Wear, an operating system designed especially for wearable devices. New technology evolution begins. Like Android for mobiles.


Several features has been announced. Here are some. Fitness plays a vital role in wearable technology as people demand it. Google says, “real-time speed, distance and time information on your wrist for your run, cycle or walk.”

Google has planned to use Google Now in watches. You can also be able to say “OK Google” to search! Google released a video which shows off what the smartwatch interface looks like. Here you go!

Google also announced that it is working with consumer electronic brands such as Asus, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung on Android Wear devices, as well as with chip makers such as Broadcom, Qualcomm and Intel — as well as fashion brands like the Fossil Group.


Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai confirmed that the company was working on offering tools for developers and manufacturers to make Android better suited for devices such as smartwaches at SXSW last week. In addition, Google recently purchased Nest, the makers of the Thermostat and the Protect smoke detector. It’s still unclear that Nest technology has been used.

We can expect much more about Android Wear at Google I/O 2014 ( June 25th and 26th).

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