Wearable technology is going to be popular this year, with various manufacturers working on wearable device like smart watches, and now Google has announced they are launching and Android SDK for wearable devices in two weeks.
We previously heard that Google were working on their own smart watch, as yet there are still no official details on this device, although we suspect we may hear more about this after the Android SDK for wearable devices is launched.
The news was announced at SXSW by Google’s Sundar Pichai, who told the SXSW Conference that Google will release an Android SDK for wearable devices like smart watches in two weeks time.
Sundar Pichai said that Google will provide a ‘vision for developers of how we see this market working’, the company obviously has some serious plans for wearable technology.
As yet there are no specific details on this new Android SDK which is specifically designed for wearable technology, as soon as we get some more information we will let you guys know.
Source The Next Web
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