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Google I/O 2017

Here's how Google will tempt smartwatch fans with Android Wear 2.0

Google has upgraded Android Wear for smartwatches with the ability to handwrite and type messages, fitness tracking that launches as soon as you start running and more stand-alone apps that don't require your phone. Here's a demonstration of the new features.
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