I installed it on my iPad and the app is really polished. It’s also pretty nifty how they bypassed Apple’s App Store.
Interestingly iPads sales were down 9% while Mac sales are up 13% year over year.
That’s Incredibly cheap for band that has 30-day battery life and is capable of doing everything a $100+ Fitbit can do. Sign me up!
Finally! I remember they gave me access to test a similar feature over a year ago.
Lots of restrictions and not very affordable, but it’s a step in the in the right direction.
The nightmare that is canceling Comcast! This is not a one off case, reps are taught to do this and it’s disturbing!
(Source: theverge.com / ryan.block)
It does not provide enough benefit for me to go through the trouble of having to charge my watch everyday. A week is ideal, but I’ll take a couple of days over having to do it every night.
This means they will need a warrant to invade your digital privacy. Big win!
I’m ok with the price, but the hardware still looks very clunky.
This is Google’s version of continuity. It would have been more interesting if this worked with just the Chrome browser not Chrome OS.
Google’s responses to Apple’s CarPlay. I’d take either over any stock system from an auto manufacture.
That black bar across the bottom bothers me a lot. It makes it look as if the screen is defective.
Cleaner, more consistency, more fluid, and more iOS-like.
Does this mean the end of the Nexus program is near?
Matt Honan of Wired has a great round up of everything announced at the very long Google I/O keynote today.