Google offers a peek at upcoming Android-powered smartwatches and Motorola teases the Moto 360 watch. Plus, Apple says adieu to the iPad 2 and Walmart gets into GameStop's territory.
CNET Update talks to the wrist:
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In this episode of Update:
- Check out Google's Android Wear, the operating system for smartwatches and other wearable technology. Motorola will use Android Wear for its upcoming smartwatch, the Moto 360.
- Say adieu to the iPad 2. Apple killed off the iPad 2 model and is now selling the fourth-gen iPad with Retina Display instead.
- A new, less expensive iPhone 5C with half the storage went on sale overseas. But it's not worth getting a phone with only 8 GB of storage.
- Trade-in your video games for Walmart store credit, beginning March 26. The retail giant will start re-selling those used games this summer.
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