Wearable tech was the big talking point at Google I/O, with three smartwatches taking the headlines. The other headlines were Google L, Android apps coming to Chromebook and Android Auto – we’ve delved a little deeper into those talking points on the blog.
We also celebrate a major landmark in the world of online retail, as Amazon.com turns 20 years old. On the blog, we’ve compiled the A-Z of Amazon.
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Self-driving cars, connected homes and a new Android developer platform were all hot-topics at Google I/O, but wearable tech was once again the big talking point.
Android Wear is Google’s attempt to really capitalise on the smartwatch market, with three watches demonstrated at I/O. Efforts from Samsung and LG are on sale now but it was the Moto360 that really stole the show – that is due to go on sale later this summer.
This July also marks a major landmark in the world of retail, as Amazon.com celebrates its 20th birthday.
What started out as a humble online bookseller in July 1994 has since grown into the world’s largest online retailer, selling almost everything imaginable and trying to deliver them by unmanned drone.
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