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Google Dresses Up Android Wear


Google on Monday released an update to Android Wear -- just the second significant feature refresh for its wearable device software since its introduction more than a year ago. "This update is overdue," said Ian Fogg, senior director and head of the mobile and telecoms team at IHS Technology. "With other products, Google adds features fairly continuously," he noted.
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New Smart Drone Breaks $1K Barrier


A new aerial drone from 3D Robotics packs two computers and an array of powerful features for $999. The computers -- one on the craft and one in the controller -- have enabled it to make some radical breakthroughs in autonomous flight and camera control, according to 3DR. Built on 1-GHz Cortex A9 ARM chips running Linux, the computers allow operators to preprogram the drone's flight path.
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Re: Cold Fusion: It May Not Be Madness 7  Harry420   2011-03-28 20:37:02 
Re: Lawyers Smack Sony's Hand as It Reaches for Hotz's Hard Drive 2  wildcatherder   2011-03-28 18:57:34 
Re: Art Galleries Online: Everything Except the White Wine and Snooty Talk 2  daliexpert   2011-03-24 09:52:45 
Re: ITSEF 2011: It's a Mobile, Social, Cloudy, Insecure World 3  Chris_P_Intel   2011-03-23 08:10:23 
Re: AT&T Could Squeeze T-Mobile's Network for 4G Boost 2  charlesa   2011-03-22 20:58:38 
Re: Killing PowerPoint and Changing the World 2  srosen6   2011-03-21 10:54:17 
Re: Network Neutrality: Avoiding a Net Loss 2  Mackay_Bell   2011-03-15 23:29:10 
Re: Fine Art in a World Gone Digital 2  patip   2011-03-10 09:15:08 
Re: HP: You Get WebOS, You Get WebOS - Every PC Gets WebOS 2  wanton777   2011-03-09 14:16:15 
Re: Hurt by the Algorithm Change? Do the Google Rain Dance 2  fergseo   2011-03-09 06:44:13 
Re: New York Cabbies Ready to Walk Over GPS Plan 2  ngadi   2011-03-09 02:39:33 
Re: 'Alien Life' Claim Hampered by Journal's Dubious Reputation 3  physhead   2011-03-07 16:59:26 
Re: Tablet Wars Begin in Earnest 2  dsarokin   2011-03-05 08:04:26 
Re: Is Silicon Valley Losing Its Edge? 3  tarik   2011-03-03 13:39:22 
Re: Google Tapes Up Gmail Sprain 4  instockkathy   2011-03-02 11:01:14 
Re: Motorola Xoom Designed for Heavy Meddling 2  Motorolaxoom   2011-02-28 22:59:20 
Re: Making Steve Jobs Immortal 2  NotTellinYou   2011-02-27 16:51:27 

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