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In Episode 7 of his weekly video show, Jon Phillips sets his crosshairs directly on Android Wear, Google's new OS designed just for wrist wearables.
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The Android Wear experience is all about slippery context cards, 'OK Google' voice control, and keeping apps out of the way. Let's review the basics in photos.
Device managers can brand their hardware, but "otherwise it should be the same" says Google engineering director David Burke.
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Devoid of fancy features, this stark black wearable would seem to bank everything on the usefulness of Google's new smartwatch OS.
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The Android Wear smartwatch operating system is poised to be the star of Google's annual developers' conference. Here's your quick primer before the onslaught of coverage begins.