Google understands that not everyone has a data connection at all times, and when those times come, it can be pretty hard to get the answers you need from the search giant. However, with the company’s latest announcement of device caching for search results, your queries will become available as soon as connection is reestablished. (more…)
According to a report out of Venturebeat, Google and LG have teamed up to launch two new Android Wear watches, the Watch Sport and Watch Style. The timing of the release of these watches is centered around the launch of Android Wear 2.0, which we now expect to arrive on February 9.
As you may have guessed, that’s only a few weeks away, yet we know almost nothing about either device, outside of the fact that we’re pretty sure at least one of them passed through the FCC last week with LTE on board. Thankfully, today’s report gives us further details on specs and availability. (more…)
Following news that Android Wear 2.0 was pushed to 2017, early February to be exact, Evan Blass sent out a tweet last night that claims we can all mark February 9 on our calendars as the date that the big wearable update officially launches. This is definitely the first date we have seen that isn’t a vague timeframe, so it’s certainly something to pencil in if you keep up with Android Wear news. (more…)
Own one of the few Daydream-ready phones, but have yet to pick-up Google’s Daydream View? Now is the time! From today through February 25, you can buy a Daydream View from the Google Store for just $49. That’s a $30 discount on the best mobile VR experience you can get.
We reviewed the Daydream View back in November and really did call it “pretty sweet!” The experience tops other mobile VR units because it includes a little motion controller that allows you to interact with games in a way that others don’t. It’s also really comfortable and is getting better each week with new apps and games. (more…)