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Android Wear Goes Rogue, Gets GPS

Android Wear Goes Rogue, Gets GPS
Google has unveiled the first major update to its Android Wear platform, adding numerous features, including support for GPS sensors, as well as a fourth wearable device, Sony’s Smart Watch 3.
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Will Firms Flock to Facebook Rooms?
Facebook is taking a page out of the early Internet’s chat-room playbook with a feature called Rooms, a mobile app that lets users create places for posting and sharing text, photos, and videos.
'Anti-Facebook' Ello Raises $5.5M
Positioned as an "anti-Facebook" social network since its launch with 90 users this past August, Ello now has committed to a binding manifesto declaring it will never make money selling user data.
Twitter Wants To Belong to Your Apps
At its Flight mobile developer conference in San Francisco this week, Twitter took the wraps off a platform called Fabric that provides a path for Twitter to become part of a universe of mobile apps.
Inbox: Google's New E-mail App
Google is reinventing e-mail -- again. The company just rolled out a new e-mail app called Inbox. Years in the making, the new app was developed by Gmail’s original crew. Except it’s not Gmail.
Google All Access Anticipates Moods
As streaming competition heats up.
FTC Brings Privacy Expert Aboard
Signals focus on protecting consumers.
Pandora Offers Data to Musicians
Detailed analytics on songs, fans.
Apple Pay Fooled To Work Outside US
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