SWIP3 may not be the first game on Android Wear, but it stakes the claim of first game built specifically for Android Wear. Swipe any direction to connect three, compete on the leaderboards and shoot for the highest scores on your new Android Wear device.
Google has uploaded version 4.4w_r1 of the Android Wear source code to the AOSP repository, but a full release won’t arrive until Android L.
What do you do when you want to build some hype for your upcoming product? Sure, you can just rely on @evleaks and hope for the best. But just to be sure, you can stealthily insert said product in an otherwise run-off-the-mill promotional video and then… just wait.
It’s Friday which means it’s time for another Google Play Weekly! In this week’s episode we talk about Android L stuff making its way into Nova Launcher. As part of Google’s Wednesday update, Google Wallet got updated and brings it a few big new features. You can now make your Android Wear watch face look like it’s something out of Star Trek. Google Play Music has begun rolling out to six new countries. Rumors have begun circulating that Amazon Instant Video will be coming to Android proper very soon. Now here are five Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week….
Google CEO Larry Page seems to be upset over Samsung’s Tizen preference over Android Wear. The argument is said to be getting heated!
Right now custom watch faces require a few workarounds, but Google ensures that an official watch face API is on its way later this year.
Imagination Technologies has introduced a new PowerVR GPU that is targeted specifically at wearables, IoT, and other small embedded applications that require OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics. The silicon for the GPU takes up just 0.55 mm2 (post layout) on a 28nm manufacturing process. According to Imagination that makes it the smallest OpenGL ES 2.0 GPU capable of running Android and Android Wear. The PowerVR GX5300 GPU is specifically designed for ultra-low power, low area applications that require OpenGL ES graphic rendering. That makes it perfect for wearables. The current generation of smartwatches can only render graphics using software. However wearables that use the…
We take a an in-depth look at the first of many Android Wear smartwatches to come. Here’s our review of the LG G Watch!
We know how fierce Star Trek fans can get, so we are sure Android Wear’s latest watch face will be the source of much excitement across the world.
Before diving into a full review, we take a quick look at some extra and easy to use ways to get the most out of your Android Wear smartwatch.