Android Wear 2.0 debuts with two LG watches, New York Times offers free Spotify subscription
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Ushering Android Wear 2.0 is a duo of LG smart watches, the Sport and the Style.
The Sport takes advantage of a lot of what Wear 2.0 offers including compatibility with a digital crown, a feature you might recognize from Apple's Watch.
Watch where 2.0 seems to be more logical and practical, but not every con device will receive the update.
We've put the new watch OS through all these places.
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Pinterest has debut lense the company's new technology that will allow users to search for pins simply by taking a photo of something.
The idea is designed to not only offer items for sale but to suggest like minded inspirations and decor or even recipes if you take a photo of something edible.
To try Lens out just update your Pinterest app on iOS or Android.
And finally Spotify is teamed up with The New York Times to offer access to Spotify Premium with a yearly digital subscription to the publication.
It's only good for first time customers of both services and those living in the US.
The Times has seen a ten folds uptick in subscribers since late last year.
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