Motorola sure knows how to make pretty Android Wear watches. I wear a Sony SW3 because it is practical, but if I needed something beautiful my top two choices would be the Huawei Watch and the Moto 360 second gen. Are you vacillating between these two watches? Well, I have some information that might make your decision easier. The Moto 360 second gen is on sale at BuyDig for $229, the lowest price we've seen yet.
There is a small catch, only one color option and size is available, the 42mm black watch with the black leather strap. That's a good looking combination though, so I think many of you will be happy with that model. Read More
The Moto 360 Sport is a lot like the standard second gen device, only with a silicone strap and a display with greater outdoor visibility. Some people, myself included, think that this means it should sell for less than the regular version of the watch which is outfitted with more premium materials.
Well, Motorolla may not agree with that idea, but Amazon is apparently on board with it because the price on the black model of the 360 Sport just dropped more than 50 bucks to $248.27. This is not an announced sale and may be Amazon's way of clearing a little extra inventory. Read More
I know I'm starting off with a question here that most Android fans are going to have a knee-jerk reaction to - "absolutely not, the more Android-powered smart-stuff out there the better." After all, we want to live in a world where our refrigerators know what's inside them, where our laundry lets us know on our phones when it's done, and our cars' infotainment systems aren't so god-effing-awful (even the best ones really are terrible).
Eric Schmidt said he wants your fridge to run Android at CES back in January. Nikon is making an Android-powered camera (and Polaroid already has made one). Read More