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What's Next For Android Wear


So it has been a while since I posted anything as the day job and toddler has me busy as ever. However there is a conversation that I don't really see happening, and that is what is next for Android Wear.


Yes with the announcement of the Apple Watch many folks are at fever pitch to start pitting the platforms against each other with the Fan boys on each side staking their claims trying to kill each other to prove a point. But I digress..


If you remember when Android Wear was first announced the intention was not simply wearables in the form of a watch. The idea was a platform to support all sorts of wearables. Yes the watch is more of the obvious first choice, but I think Google might expand this.


I think Google understands that not only is there a market for Smart Watches bit there is an additional market for fitness wearables, like Fitbit, Jawbone, and the like. This is what I think is next for Android Wear low cost fitness devices for those not completely sold on the watch. Something that ties directly into Google Fit, but maybe can provide the sensor depth of the Microsoft fitness band.


When you think about it, it makes sense. Many folks are not completely sold on the watch per say, and many folks really want something for deep fitness tracking instead of a full features device on your wrist. Something not to large with long battery life that does a single thing exceptionally well. Something that would cater to the folks that want a wearable but not necessarily a watch. Something that can be as cheap as a $30 band.


Keep in mind Google at it's core is a data driven company, ultimately Android Wear is to usher folks in to use Google's Fitness platform. Giving folks access to this at all levels could be wear the find success with Android Wear.


It won't even surprise me if Google would even try to acquire Fitbit or Jawbone to help solidify their standing here, as I don't see these companies lasting that long with these big juggernauts now in the playground.


Anyway I would interested to hear your thoughts. Just trying to move the conversation away from the consistent comparisons of the "now" stuff. 
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Now while Google is no saint here some of Apple's developer terms are downright idiotic. We will see if Apple even responds to this as EFF shaming is not something to just simply ignore. 
Non-profit digital rights organization EFF rolled out a new mobile application this morning, which allows users to more easily access the group's "action..
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I was debating SmartThings vs Alarm.com. ultimately went with Alarm.com as it ties in home security features like cameras and monitoring. Smarthings does have the edge on their app, and the presence sensor is cool. 
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Really Apple? Explain Yourself.

I have to say if any of this is true I hope Apple gets it worse here and in the E-books case.

Google lately has been the focus of the many Anti-Trust cases because of a perceived abuse of their position with search and Android. However, what we see here is another large company, Apple now being scrutinized for using its position with iTunes to better place itself in the streaming music space which Spotify ultimately is the big player.

Regardless of how you feel, I personally think when companies use these types of tactics to bully the competition it is a slap on the face to innovation and furthering technology. 
The Department of Justice is looking closely into Apple’s business practices in relation to its upcoming music streaming service, according to multiple sources. The Verge has learned that Apple has...
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I don't know anything about the money Spotify makes off of ads and data collection and stuff.  Artists and labels can negotiate with Spotify but Spotify refuses to allow licensing to a paid tier but not free on-demand , i.e. it has to be both (which is why Taylor Swift pulled out of Spotify and only Spotify).
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Now don't get me wrong(I know some of you will). Apple does many things right. Probably better than most. However my consistent gripe with Apple has always been their weakness on the software side. Anyway what does the Cult think? Do you agree with the article?
Summary:It looks like Apple has a serious problem when it comes to software quality, and it is something that the company needs to address if it wants to avoid a backlash.
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2014.....The year companies realized software patents aren't worth much

If anything, I have noticed every single Patent battle has ultimately fizzled and burned, with Apple, Google, Samsung, and the like realizing that battling in court does nothing but make lawyers richer. The latest is the ultimate troll Rock star realizing after loosing in patent friendly Texas that their not going to get that far.

The crazy part is that Apple jumped on with MS to purchase these things for 4.5 Billion, and now it is being sold off for 900 Million licensed jointly to the same companies folks were trying to use them to sue. I find this hilarious.

I am simply glad tech companies are going back to what makes tech great. Making other peoples great ideas even better. We have finally stopped the litigation and are focusing on the innovation. 
And just like that, the Rockstar Consortium's lawsuit campaign against Android is over. The patent holding group (backed by Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson,
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  • University of Pittsburgh
    Communications, 2000 - 2005
  • Robert Morris University
    IT Project Management, 2007 - 2009
  • University of California, Riverside
    Lean Six Sigma, 2011 - 2011
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