The Moto 360 Sport is Android Wear's first serious fitness device. Can it get you off the couch?
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Feb 11th - Building Android apps isn’t easy. Aside from having to code the apps themselves, developers have to go through all the trouble of screen capturing relevant parts of their apps, sometimes repeating the process in different languages in order to localize them for other countries. It can be tedious and it’s the reason why the “screengrab” was created.
Feb 11th - VR… It’s so hot right now. VR. Reports of Google working on a more advanced (read: less flimsy) version of their Google Cardboard VR headset have been floating around the net for weeks now. Today, a new report claims Google will also be launching a completely standalone VR product, one that isn’t powered by your smartphone.
Feb 11th - Android Marshmallow is currently rolling out to Android Wear devices. There aren’t a ton of new features to get excited about in this update, but one underrated feature is getting even better.
Feb 11th - HTC’s has reportedly been toying around with the idea of a smartwatch for some time now. As so often is the case with this elusive smartwatch, it appears now the HTC-made “watch” could be out sometime before the end of April.
Feb 11th - GTA fans looking for something new to do on their Android phones will be happy to know that another game in the series is now sitting in the Google Play Store. It’s GTA: Liberty City Stories, and you can get it for $3.99.
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Feb 9th - The Moto 360 Sport is packed with features to get you off the couch. It runs the same version of Android Wear as most smartwatches, but Motorola has thrown in a bunch of extra fitness features.Read More
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Feb 10th - Because everybody wants to be the next Netflix, YouTube Red Originals are now available for paid subscribers. As we talked about when they were first announced, Originals feature a variety of original content from the world’s most semi-famous YouTube stars — but only if you signed up for YouTube Red.Read More