Both these products are examples of Android-based wearable computing devices.
A fresh new religious war has broken out on the social networks about whether the watch is better than the glasses, or whether smartphones are better than both the glasses and the watch. “Why would I wear an Android smartwatch when I have an Android phone in my pocket that’s much better?”
These arguments demonstrate that most people don’t get this technology at all.
While Google’s Day 1 Keynote was Oscar worthy, there was plenty of amazing announcements included in Day 2. If you happened to miss the Day 2 Keynote, you can now head over to YouTube and watch it in its entirety.
In case you missed it, you can now watch the full Google I/O 2012 Day 1 Keynote over on YouTube. This will allow you to relive every fantastic announcement over, and over, and over again. Maybe you missed it the first time around, or perhaps you just want to go over all of the new announcements at your own pace — in order to take it all in.
Google I/O 2012 Day 1 is over and now it’s time to get ready for Day 2. What could Google possibly have to talk about today: flying cars, time machines, teleportation devices? You’ll just have to tune in to find out. Below is a list of start times for today’s keynote and a live stream so you don’t miss out on all the magic.
Anyone remember Project Tungsten? It finally rounded off its corners and became what we now know as Nexus Q. The Nexus Q is the world’s first social streaming media player that allows you to become a media DJ when in the presence of the Q.
It’s finally official, the Google Nexus tablet is real and it’s made by ASUS. Simply called the Nexus 7, this 7-inch tablet is both feature-rich and affordable. The blogosphere has been speculating about it for quite some time now, so let’s dive right in and find out exactly what Google and ASUS have to offer.