The new Moto 360 smartwatch leak reveals two sizes
What's going on Brian Tong here with the show temporarily known as Googlicious.
She says yes.
We'll get to your show name ideas.
But first, let's get into all the happenings inside the world of Google.
Android M stands for Marshmallow after they revealed their brand new statue on the lawn of building 43.
So how about things that ended up not standing for, like milkshake Or maple syrup and Marlboro Lights.
Like I really thought a huge, giant sized pack of cigarettes would have been the look to go for.
Now the Android Developer blog also announced the availability of the official Android 6.0 SDK and they're opening up Google Play for publishing apps as well.
There's still no official release date for the next OS, but we've done it before.
So here's a link for you to get some of the wallpapers from Marshmallow right now thanks to Phandroid, and they look good.
All right, it's hard to keep things under wraps forever.
Just ask Motorola.
Now in their Twitter account, this video clip appeared to just showcase Android Wear's voice activation, but the actual watch that appears has never been seen before.
It looks like a Moto 360, but actually has two major differences from the current Moto 360.
First, it has larger lugs at the top and bottom, where the watch Connected.
And the second difference is that the watch crown is slightly higher on the side of the watch.
The postal is removed a couple hours later, clearly a boo boo.
But the watch shown also matches another boo boo from Lenova CEO who posted images in March of what was believed to be prototypes for the next Moto 360 smart watch.
Now those prototypes match the watch design in the video.
There's also reports that the new Moto 360 may come in two different sizes after the equivalent of the Brazilian FCC called Anatel posted two different variants listed as 360S and 360L.
Other specs revealed the device will come with Bluetooth LE.
And Wi-Fi, and a smaller battery capacity, of 275 milliampere hours for the smaller model, and 320 for the larger.
Similar documentation for the original Moto 360 was found nearly one year ago, to the day.
So everything points to the new Moto 360 smart watch coming soon but the two different screen sizes could be the surprise and we'll keep you all posted.
Alright leaks of the latest upcoming Nexus phone are spilling everywhere.
This image from a Google Plus user of what is believed to be LG Nexus 5. Matches the LG Nexus 5 rendering from OnLeaks and uSwitch.
That includes a 5.2 inch screen with a rear finger print scanner and a protruding camera.
It's expected to have an October, November debut.
Now OnLeaks and uSwitch also released renderings based on detailed blueprints of the rumored Waway Nexus 6 phone.
It will also place the finger print scanner on the rear side.
And the report says Huawei is debating between a 5.7 inch and 5.5 inch screen, the render features the 5.7 inch design.
Now this phone is also expected in the October, November timeframe.
Also, Google has announced a new service called Project Sunroof that will use its data sources to help automate researching and purchasing solar paneled For your home.
Now check this out they can use aerial shots to help compensate for tree shading.
They can build a 3D model of your roof top to see how much panel space you have.
And collect weather data to find the optimal set up you need.
To generate nearly 100% of the house hold electricity usage based on current pricing.
This is pretty sweet stuff that really shows the power of Google's data.
Project Sunroof currently only works for residents of the San Francisco Bay Area, Fresno, California, and Boston, Massachusetts.
And in not so sweet news.
Project Aura, Google's modular phone project, has officially announced that the project has been pushed back to 2016, after originally missing its 2015 target for a test run in Puerto Rico.
The team added they'll be looking at a few locations in the US for the pilot launch, but again, we'll have to wait until next year.
All right guys and gals, we asked you the viewers to give us some ideas for what we might name the show after the whole Google to Alphabet change, and you guys and gals Came up with some pretty good stuff.
Now Spencer Lambert said, ABCDelicious.
That's nice Spencer.
Ashlyn Chandran said, "Call your show "alphabet." Get it?
Cause it's better." Yeah, I get it.
And all of you are much smarter than me, who chimed in with either Alphabits or Alphabytes, with a nod to theapplebyte.
I like them both, so props to people like Zach Shumway, Spencer Quinn, Marlan Menuau, and many more.
Because, I know you all like seeing your names onscreen like that.
But, I will most definitely not go with Saied's AlphaBetYouWanna [SOUND] My [SOUND].
Seriously, I think you might have mental problems.
So, we'll think about it and if we change the show name, you'll know first.
Alright, that's gonna do it for this week's show.
Keep emailing us at googlicious@ cnet.com, or tweet me @briantong.
Thanks for watching, and we'll see you next time for more of that Googlicious.
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