Google has announced Android Wear, which will shrink Android onto a variety of new wearable devices. The first Android Wear-powered devices unveiled so far are the LG G Watch and Moto 360, both coming this summer. They're sharp-looking watches that show off how Google Now and other core services will work on a wrist. More details will be coming soon, but for now, take a look for yourself.
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The Moto 360 has a round face, looking like a classical watch until its display transforms into a Google Now-like interface.
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The LG G Watch looks to have a more traditional square-type display, but a similar UI and interface. That's the idea: Android Wear will have a consistent feel across devices.
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Android Wear seems to operate a lot like a shrunken-down Google Now, complete with active voice commands.
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Another look at the Moto 360.
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With a metal band and traditional watch-face, the Moto 360 looks like a classic timepiece.
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Another view of the metal band.
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The Moto 360 in a leather band.
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Turn-by-turn directions while cycling? Sure.
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Motorola's teaser page looks almost like a classic watch ad.
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Weather on Moto 360.
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Just like Google Now on a phone, your travel information and other details should show up.
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