Today we’re excited to extend Android to wearables. And we’re starting with the most familiar wearable—watches. We’re already working with several consumer electronics manufacturers, including Asus, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung; chip makers Broadcom, Imagination, Intel, Mediatek and Qualcomm; and fashion brands like the Fossil Group to bring you watches powered by Android Wear later this year. If you’re a developer, check out developer.android.com/wear to download a Developer Preview so you can tailor your existing app notifications for watches powered by Android Wear. Look out for more developer resources and APIs coming soon.
Check out our blog post to learn more: http://goo.gl/82RHsF
- Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
- Peking University
- City University of Hong KongAssistant Professor, present
- Max-Planck-Institut Informatik
- University of British Columbia
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