Google refreshes Wear OS, Facebook Watch goes international
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Google announced a refresh to wear OS, its operating system for devices like smart watches.
According to the engineering director of Wear OS, the idea is to provide quick, glancable information.
Swiping up will bring up notfications.
Swiping right brings up suggestions and recommendations by google assistance.
Swiping left brings up google fit, google's health focused app, which is recently revamped.
The updated Wear OS arrives in September.
The information is reporting the Amazon will launch a free video service for its' fire TV The service would be Ad supported and be developed by IMDB.
IMDB is owned by Amazon.
The service could be called redrive and may feature older television shows.
The move would allow Amazon to collect more Ad revenue.
Facebook video service, facebook watch is going live worldwide after launching in the US last year.
The service features original content that you get only on Facebook, The company says more than 50 million people view at least 1 minute of Facebook watch videos one of the big differences between Facebook watch ad competitors is the ability to give live feedback on the videos you're watching on Facebook watch in a number of ways
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