Google is launching smartwatches that are based on its Android mobile software. The wearable devices is set to push the expanding internet company the line is called Andriod wear and will be available late 2014.
Google has partnered Samsung Electronics Co, LG Electronics, Intel Corp, Fossil Group and several consumer electronics and technology companies to develop the new line of watches.
Wearables is just the beginning of what' s to come with mobile technology Google stated
““That’s why we’re so excited about wearables—they understand the context of the world around you, and you can interact with them simply and efficiently, with just a glance or a spoken word.”
The smartwatches include features that will enable people to speak into their watches to check sports scores, control music, send replies to text messages and even open their home garages.Google’s Android operating system is used in more than three out every four smartphones sold worldwide.
Currently the company is developing Google Glass, a small stamp-sized screen attached to a pair of eyeglass frames.