The original Moto 360 was one of the earliest Android Wear smartwatches to set the rounded display tradition. Then later came the widely popular second-generation model which fixed many of the original’s shortcomings.
Motorola had previously stated they weren’t developing another smartwatch anytime soon and to add to that Google has now gone ahead and removed the Moto 360 2nd Gen from the Google Store. To sum it up, there are no more Moto 360’s (of any version) on the Google Store. However, they are still available for purchase from BestBuy and Amazon.
The Verge has also confirmed that the Moto 360 2nd Gen and Moto 360 Sport will both be upgraded to the upcoming Android Wear 2.0.
Source: Google Store
Update 1/17: Android Wear 2.0 is set to land on February 9 according to leaker Evan Blass.
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As a dear Nexus 6 owner myself, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the Android 7.1.1 update for the past month. The Nexus 6, released in 2014, has consistently been delayed its updates. Now, Google has finally gone ahead and posted the Nexus 6 images and OTA files for flashing.
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You’d probably think that getting free Android apps and games that you would otherwise pay for on Google Play was, without a doubt, illegal. But there is a not-very-well-known, hidden app made by Amazon called “Amazon Underground” (pun unintended) and it is completely legal.
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Just days before the scheduled CES announcement, Qualcomm has accidentally leaked the details of the next Google Tango phone, the Asus Zenfone AR, in a blog post.
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The response to Allo has been… not so great, to put it lightly. It’s missing dozens of essential features and just adds to the number of messaging apps Google already has. However, over the past week or so, I’ve noticed a new layout in my “new message” interface.
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Nearly six months ago, Google released a keyboard app for the iPhone called Gboard. And, of course, all of us Android fans were all wondering when would it come to Android. Now (finally) in the v6.0 update, Google is renaming the Google Keyboard app to Gboard. The update also packs in quite a few, long overdue features.
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The Chinese company, OnePlus, has just announced its latest flagship for 2016, the OnePlus 3T, only a mere five months after the release of the highly acclaimed OnePlus 3. So what’s it got to offer?
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While you’ve probably have heard of Android Auto, most of you most likely haven’t ever used it, as it has a limited reach. Today, an update to the Auto app now lets Android Auto work in any car.
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RCS (Rich Communication Services) is intended to replace the use of SMS/MMS. Unfortunately, moving millions of people is no small feat.
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