DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT UPDATE TO LOLLIPOP IF YOU’RE ON ANDROID. At least for now. There are so many bugs ughh! I updated it on my nexus 7 tablet and everything is sooo slow and glitchy and the apps crash a lot. Now I can’t view my pictures through the gallery since its gone???? I have to go to Google’s “Photos” app which requires INTERNET so that means i can’t view them if im not at home or somewhere with WIFI. Also some emojis are ugly now :(. Luckily I didn’t have enough memory on my phone so I didn’t rush to update that. Phew that would’ve been even worse.
I’m using this new app called Keep, developed by Google to help keep all my thoughts in order and I thought it would be cool to show a typical couple of days of thoughts while I have my morning coffee.
I make a lot of aspirational purchases. I constantly buy books I really ought to read, subscribe to magazines that are so good the one time a year I actually get around to opening them, and add movies like Schindler’s List to my Netflix queue because it’s an important cultural touchstone. My credit card bill makes me look worldly and educated — my actual habits involve a lot of watching It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and re-reading The Da Vinci Code.
My backpack. 1TB external drive, flashlight, Wacom tablet, 2013 Nexus 7 in its Dodocase, a couple of Moleskines, pen, pencil, Leep motion controller, Nexus 5, keyboardless Bluetooth keyboard, stylus for tablets, 13" MBP.
We’ve heard it now and again, but the Android smartwatch is now in physical form. The watch has been shown in at least three different Google offices: Berlin, Manchester, and Mountain View. We were told the original watch rumors popped up when displayed in a rough form at the Berlin and Manchester offices. Having recently been shown off at the Mountain View campus, the watch is set for release sometime soon.
The site’s source says, “Functionality will be very much like Glass” relying on a card type interface with swipes to the left telling you what is coming up.
Notably, the manufacturer of the device is said to be Motorola who was acquired by Google in 2011.
It’s unclear when the smart watch might be released; however, Google is holding its Google I/O conference starting on May 15th.
You can check out a concept Google watch featuring Google Now
Google Nexus Smartwatch Concept Features Google Now [Video] ?