Google Is Releasing An SDK For Wearable Devices This Month
lee Kauffman , Editor | Mar 13, 2015
Title: Editor
Topic category: Apps

The release of an SDK (software development kit) is a great indication that wearable technology is coming of age.

You may not want to be a programmer, but the release of a software development kit (SDK) means Google is trying to create a standard. This in turn means that wearable tech is coming of age and represents a sizable market. Check out the excerpt below or select the link for the full article:

“At South by Southwest (SXSW), SVP of Android, Chrome & Apps Sundar Pichai revealed that the company is going to release a software development kit (SDK) for wearable devices, in the next two weeks to create a standard method for sensors to “talk” to the Android operating system. Google is focusing on wearables at a platform level. This means that Google’s goal is to make its technology accessible to a wide variety of wearable devices.”

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Amit Chowdhry |Mar 10, 2014
Tags: wearable tech, wearable sdk
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