Now that it dominates the market share for phones and tablets, Google’s(s goog) Android is moving on to your wrist. The company announced Android Wear, a way for developers to get their applications in smart watches, on Tuesday. Google says it is already working with several hardware partners, chip makers and even fashion brands like Fossil to help bring smarter watches to market later this year.
Most of what’s needed for contextual Android watches is already available, particularly when you look at Google Now. I’ve said since last year that the intuitive Google Now software would be the perfect basis for a smart watch, providing relevant information based on time and location at a glance:
“Enter Google Now. I previously alluded to it being part of a potential Google smartwatch, but I’m starting to think it could actually be the core feature of a smartwatch unlike any…
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