The latest Android Wear update is now rolling out to the G Watch. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

The latest Android Wear update is now rolling out to the G Watch. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Google has begun rolling out its latest Android Wear update, which adds offline music playback and the ability to connect to Bluetooth headphones, and support for watches with a GPS. The “4.4W.2” software is currently reaching users with an LG G Watch over-the-air.

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You cannot receive notifications on Google Glass and Android Wear. Photo: Google

You cannot receive notifications on Google Glass and Android Wear. Photo: Google

Google Glass users can finally view Android notifications as they arrive on their smartphone — but only if they’ll give them up on Android Wear. Notifications cannot be delivered to both devices simultaneously, so unfortunately for wearable junkies, it’s one or the other.

OnePlus One pre-orders are coming, but they won't stick around for long. Photo: OnePlus

OnePlus One pre-orders are coming, but they won’t stick around for long. Photo: OnePlus

Those still waiting to get their hands on the incredible OnePlus One will be able to pre-order the device without an invite starting Monday, October 27, at 8 a.m. Pacific. You’ll have to act fast if you want one, though, because OnePlus is giving fans just one hour to get their order in.

TWRP comes to the new Moto X. Photo: Motorola

TWRP comes to the new Moto X. Photo: Motorola

Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP), one of the most popular custom recoveries, is now available on Motorola’s new Moto X, giving users the ability to install custom ROMs and tweaks. Not every Moto X handset will be able to take advantage of it, though.

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