Is Google Preparing For Mass Production of Their Smartwatches?
James Gould / 10 years ago
If you follow tech news you would have known that Google’s new software Google Now is due for an appearance in the general consumer market any time soon. From features such as real-time updates on train times, traffic reports and even flight delays, Google Now is soon to be “the next big thing”, but the real question is: Will Google beat Apple to a Smartwatch?
We all know how large Apple is and what they’ve done with technology. With incredible leaps and bounds through the world of development, Apple have been practically one step ahead of everyone in terms of understanding exactly what consumers want, but can Google really beat Apple to the mark this time?
Google Now is a revolutionary new piece of technology which is aimed to be embedded inside of technology such as Google Glasses, making life easier to deal with by having your trusted companion there by your side with second by second updates on exactly what you need to know and when you want to know it.
A Smartwatch has recently been the main focus point for tech blogs, developers and even marketers across the globe and recent news has been going around that Google has been tapping into Asia’s massive manufacturing lines to up the production of their smartwatches. This quite possibly has been done to compete with Apple’s own Smartwatch which will be based around iOS, allowing Google to match Apple’s amazingly high production rate and become a viable competitor.
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Thanks to Mashable for the information!