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Watch what's in store for Android Wear: CNET Update

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CNET Update: Watch what's in store for Android Wear

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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.

It's time for a new wave of Smart watches I'm Bridget Carey and this suggesting that up to. Google gave the world a sneak peek at the future of injury powered Smart watches it unveiled. Android ware which is a special version of Android operating system that will work on the small screen at the Smart watch. And it's very much like the system that powers the Google glass headset. You can glance -- quick updates and notifications from Google now but also. Use voice commands. Several companies said they'll have hardware to work with this including LG HTC Samsung and Motorola. In fact Motorola took a step further and at least -- -- its upcoming Android where Smart watch the -- 360. It'll have a round screen and it'll be sold in a variety of styles globally by summer 2014. So it looks like this will be the year the Smart watch me really take off. Instead of burying our faces in a phone screen we can look forward to a world that we can't stop staring hatteras. It's time to say add you to the iPad -- you -- Apple is no longer selling iPad two and replaced it. With the fourth generation version of the iPad with the better Retina Display. This replacement model keeps the iPad two's price tag of 400 dollars for a Wi-Fi only model. You'll have to dish out an extra 130 dollars for -- with the cellular connection. Apple really should that killed off I had too much earlier model cannot in march of 2011. And it was a bit strange that Apple kept selling -- last year at such a high price iPad mini cost the same and it was a better product. Well iPad two was the last iPad to have the thirty -- connector port. Now -- -- only one Apple product left with a thirty pin connector and that's the iPhone four S although the products have moved on to the smaller lightning port. If you're deciding between the two full size iPad only difference with the more expensive iPad air. -- that little thinner it's a little later and it also has a faster processor. Apple also began selling a less expensive version of the iPhone 5 seat to China Europe and Australia it has half the storage of the previous model just eight gigs. But -- cheaper version of the colorful phone is not for sale in the US. Game stop we'll have some serious competition next week from Wal-Mart. Starting march 26. Wal-Mart will let customers sell -- used video games in exchange for credit to -- anything at Wal-Mart or Sam's Club. And then Wal-Mart will start selling those premium -- this summer. -- tech news update you can buy more details at cnet.com slash update and be sure to follow along for the latest on Twitter. From our studio is in New York I'm Bridget --
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