Google Wants To Be Your Everything

Google wants to be everywhere you — and your data — are.


Ninety minutes into today’s Google I/O keynote, at the precise moment my right buttcheek began to notify me that it was about to fall into a most uncomfortable, tingling sleep, a Google executive booted up Spotify on her Android phone and started playing a Skrillex song from the stage. I rolled my eyes. Then, as the interminable pulsing beat wormed its way to the inevitable drop, the executive tapped the phone’s screen and posed a question to the device’s black mirror: What’s his real name? Without hesitation, the phone redirected to a familiar white Google page proudly displaying the answer — Sonny John Moore — along with a picture of the undercut-having, beat-dropping DJ looking angsty. The feature was part of Google’s Now on Tap mobile search, which reads the context of whatever app you have open and delivers answers to queries based on what you’re doing in the moment. The demo was simple, elegant, and enough to make me forget, at least for a moment, about my right buttcheek.

If you’re looking to understand what Google hopes to accomplish with its wildly popular Android operating system in the coming years, Now on Tap is a good place to start. It’s a sleek, impressive, and ambitious demonstration of machine learning that sits always at attention, ready to sift through the pile of data your smartphone is constantly producing in order to make your life easier. Now on Tap is the connective tissue between you and your apps and the internet at large — your very own search butler. And if it works as seamlessly on a street corner as it does from the comfy confines of a keynote stage, it’s also a triumph that suggests Google is poised to surpass Apple when it comes to mobile design.

Late Apple chief Steve Jobs rather famously noted that "design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works." By that definition, the company Jobs founded has reason to be more than a little spooked by today’s Android keynote. Taken together, the rather small Android product features that Google announced — gesture-controlled smartwatches, context-based mobile search, facial-recognition-powered photo searching and storage, offline maps with turn-by-turn directions, and lightweight mobile processing for the internet’s "next billion" users in the developing world — come together as a comprehensive suite of technology that appears to be without peer. Whether it’s a $100 smartphone designed as gateway to the internet in a place with historically low smartphone penetration or a $500 high-end gadget squarely targeted toward early adopters, the vast and comprehensive mobile ecosystem revealed in today's keynote is deeply in control of your data and nearly always in your life. It also, for lack of a better word, works.

On Tap in action.


And that’s really all that matters when we’re talking about Android or iOS or any of the digital networks that surround every facet of our lives, both on- and offline. At its most extreme, a good suite of mobile products will not only hold its user hostage but also help them cultivate a healthy case of Stockholm syndrome. To do this it has to work. It has to be able to look at your photos and recognize faces and the places those faces were in when the shutter clicked. It has to be able to remind you that you’re going to Chicago next month and Hey, why don’t you give your lovely Aunt Mildred a ring since you guys haven’t seen each other in a bit and — well, would you look at that! Looks like it’s time for you to get in the car if you’re going to make that appointment in Menlo Park by 2:00 P.M. Today, Google proved Android is a powerful captor.

Of course, there’s a price for all of this. The price is your data — and, by proxy, your privacy. Want to be able to find that picture of your second cousin you took six years ago? Let us look at and analyze the faces in every single one of your photos to figure it out. Want to know Skrillex’s full name? Let us see what's in your headphones right now. Need that reminder to call your college roommate? Let us know where you are now and where you’re going to be next week and yeah, we should probably have your address book handy, too. You haven’t booked the trip yet? Don’t worry, we’ve got your search history right here so we figured you’d be booking the trip soon.

Let us know everything about you. We promise it’ll be worth your while.

Google's mission statement.

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This information and privacy tradeoff is nothing new, but today’s keynote showed perhaps the fullest realization of the power of buying into an ecosystem whole hog. And in contrast to Apple’s beautifully designed — and, in many cases, prohibitively expensive — hardware, Google touted and demonstrated Android’s ability to provide an immersive digital ecosystem at staggering scale. Google’s feel-good portion of the keynote, which focused on bringing the mobile web to the developing world, was as much about indoctrinating the next billion inside the Google ecosystem as it was about delivering universal access to information. And with dirt-cheap and powerful Chromebooks and Android One smartphones, Google is arguably the only company even capable of this kind of market grab.

If Google is successful with all this, it will prove to be an unprecedented level of control for a company that arguably has more access to individual information than any entity on the planet. During the vanity stats portion of the keynote, Google exec Sundar Pichai revealed that six separate Google services (search, YouTube, Maps, Gmail, Android, and Chrome) all have roughly 1 billion users or more. Even third-party apps, arguably the only escape hatch out of Google’s walled garden of software and hardware, operate within and must defer to Android’s connective tissue features if they want to take advantage of things like On Tap. Google I/O is billed as a conference for developers, and today Google courted them and made them hoot and holler and clap at a number of features that promise to make their programs better, faster, and more efficient. But almost every single feature on display today was about Google’s play for more control.

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In this sense, the keynote, which prominently featured female executives and employees of color, was strangely Jobsian. Sure, it lacked sexiness — at one point a Google executive asked the crowd if there were any Star Wars fans in the crowd, and was met with a deafening chorus of woos and applause — but it was a prominent display of ambition, control, and design. Rather than simply build into the Internet of Things, Google built and unveiled an operating system for it. Why be the one to physically manufacture the smart locks that will secure your home of the future when Google can build the infrastructure that the locks run on? That’s control.

Skrillex demonstration aside, very little about today’s keynote was flashy, exciting, or engineered to echo through the culture. It was a series of rather incremental updates; perfectly subdued glimpses of a digital ecosystem that is becoming more fully realized. Set against Apple’s flash and aesthetic, it was almost boring. But it’s this insidious power that makes Google not only a transformative tech company but an almost elemental force of nature. Sure, it wasn’t all that pretty, but everything fit together seamlessly. And, most importantly, it worked.

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Here's Everything We Learned At Google I/O

Google I/O, the biggest Google conference of the year, kicked off Thursday morning with a keynote address from Senior Vice President of Products Sundar Pichai. Past I/O conferences have included updates to the mobile Android OS, Cardboard — Google’s stab at virtual reality — wearables, and more. Here’s a running list of what we’ve learned so far today:

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Happy weekend bro, mumpung libur, kalo saya sih libur :D. Saya mau berbagi game kecil kecilan yang dibuat oleh google, mungkin saja kalian belum pernah main. Sebenarnya game ini sudah lama sekali oleh google dibuat tapi ya kurang familiar mungkin, disini saya akan share 3 game yang saya tahu, sebenarnya sangat banyak sekali sih, sebenarnya saya bingung ini permainan atau trik, tapi yasudahlah permainana saja hehe
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The Three Coolest New Things From Google’s Experimental Lab

Touchscreens in midair, touchscreens on clothes, and a build-a-phone.

Advanced Technologies & Projects, a division within Google, is a lab that traditionally works on really cool, futuristic projects. Today's presentation was a look at what the company is developing.

It didn't disappoint.

First up: Sensors.

First up: Sensors.

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The product of Google's Project Soli, they detect movement from a hand that's above the watch, and can interpret incredibly detailed gestures.

Basically, Google is creating an alternative to the touchscreen.

Basically, Google is creating an alternative to the touchscreen.

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24 GIFs For Every Possible Facebook Moment

Now that Facebook just started allowing GIFs, you’ll need the right one to use at the right time.

When someone announces their engagement:

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When your ex comments on your status:

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Silk Road Mastermind Sentenced To Life In Prison

Ross Ulbricht

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Ross Ulbricht, 31, the mastermind behind the darknet marketplace Silk Road, was sentenced in federal court Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Before delivering her sentencing decision, Judge Katherine Forrest addressed Ulbricht for close to an hour, telling him he was a “complicated person” who didn’t fit the “typical criminal profile.”

Forrest said however that it was clear Ulbricht “wanted [Silk Road] to be your legacy...And it is.”

Forrest said she spent over 100 hours contemplating her decision. She told Ulbricht, “you are no better a person than any other drug dealer.”

The judge called the messages that he wrote online that were presented as evidence in court “arrogance” and quoted his response to a friend’s request that he devote his time to a more upstanding, legal pursuit: “Because I’m running a goddamn multimillion dollar criminal enterprise.”

“What you did in connection with Silk Road was terribly destructive to our social fabric,” Forrest said.

Ulbricht stood and appeared stoic as he received two life sentences for the harshest charges — narcotics trafficking over the internet and continued criminal conspiracy.

Ulbricht’s mother sat in the second row of the court and pressed the fingers from her left head into her forehead.

When court was adjourned Ulbricht looked back as his mother, father and several family members in attendance as he was led away by two court officers. Ulbricht’s mother sat for a moment and cried.

Silk Road

What is the Silk Road?

In 2011, Ulbricht created the website as an online marketplace where people could buy whatever they wanted anonymously. He managed the website under a number of anonymous handles, the most well known being “Dread Pirate Roberts” after the popular character from the movie The Princess Bride.

The site operated on the anonymous internet, or “darknet,” accessible only by using the encryption software TOR — an acronym for the program standing for “The Onion Router” to reflect the layers of security. All transactions on the Silk Road were completed using Bitcoin, the well known crypto-currency.

In a journal entry introduced in court, Ulbricht wrote, “In 2011, I am creating a year of prosperity and power beyond what I have ever experienced before. Silk Road is going to become a phenomenon and at least one person is going to tell me about it, unknowing that I was its creator.”

How Silk Road Blew Up

The online bazaar became an Amazon-like retailer for dealing drugs and other illicit goods. Several thousand vendors sold LSD, heroin, cocaine, marijuana, and other drugs anonymously.

In a June 2011 profile of the site, Gawker’s Adrian Chen wrote: “Making small talk with your pot dealer sucks. Buying cocaine can get you shot. What if you could buy and sell drugs online like books or light bulbs? Now you can: Welcome to the Silk Road.”

Federal investigators said there were more than 1.5 million transactions on the site. Evidence presented by the government at trial showed that Silk Road generated more than $213 million in revenue between January 2011 and October 2013.

Vocativ reported marijuana sales accounted for more than $46 million on Silk Road, while heroin sales were worth about $8.9 million.

Ulbricht took a commission on every deal, amassing a fortune of more than $18 million in Bitcoins before the feds started to close in.

Ross Ulbricht

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The Bust of Dread Pirate Roberts

In October 2013, Ulbricht was arrested by FBI agents in a San Francisco library, his laptop seized while still logged in to the Silk Road as Dread Pirate Roberts.

He was charged with seven federal counts, including narcotics trafficking, computer hacking, and money laundering.

He was also accused of soliciting the killings of six people he believed were threats to the site’s business. At trial, the prosecution said there is no evidence that the killings actually took place or that anyone was harmed.

Lyn and Kirk Ulbricht (back R), parents of Ross Ulbricht, speak to journalists after his conviction in Lower Manhattan, New York February 4, 2015.

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The Trial of Ross Ulbricht

At trial, Ulbricht pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

His lawyer argued that Ulbricht created the Silk Road as an “economic experiment,” but then turned the site over to others when it became too popular for him to manage.

“He created it as a completely freewheeling, free-market site that could sell anything except a couple items were harmful,” Dratel told the jury.

Dratel said that after giving up the site, Ulbricht was eventually lured back as a “fall guy” when the investigation heated up.

The prosecution said the Silk Road was Ulbricht’s “baby” and promised to show the jury “a mountain of evidence” that proved he was the owner and operator of the site.

“His idea was to make illegal drug deals as quick and easy as ordinary online shopping,” prosecutors told the jury.

After Ulbricht was busted, the office of Preet Bharara, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, said private messages from Dread Pirate Roberts matched evidence recovered from Ulbricht’s laptop, connecting the two.

In court, the prosecution cited journal entries that Ulbricht kept while building and running the site, and a college friend, Richard Bates, testified that Ulbricht told him about the project after seeking his help with programming.

“He shared with me that he created and ran the Silk Road website,” Bates said.

The prosecution illustrated the alleged murder-for-hire plots during the trial. They argued Ulbricht solicited the killings “to retaliate against a former staff member who he believed had stolen Bitcoins from the site and who he feared would provide information about the site to law enforcement, and to eliminate the threats posed by others who were threatening to publicly leak the names and addresses of Silk Road users and vendors.”

In one example, prosecutors said that in 2013, Ulbricht paid Silk Road user Redandwhite to kill user FriendlyChemist, who had threatened to publicize real names and addresses of site vendors and customers unless Ulbricht gave him $500,000.

In his closing argument, prosecutor Serrin Turner told the jury that Ulbricht used his “dark corner of the internet” and “made it easier for drug dealers to get users hooked, users from all over the world.”

In February 2015, Ulbricht was found guilty on all seven counts after the jury deliberated for three-and-a-half hours. The charges against him demanded a sentence of at least 20 years, but he was ultimately sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Ulbricht didn’t testify at his trial, but prior to sentencing, he broke his silence in a letter to the judge.

“I’ve had my youth, and I know you must take away my middle years, but please leave me my old age,” Ulbricht wrote in his plea for leniency. “Please leave a small light at the end of the tunnel, an excuse to stay healthy, and excuse to dream of better days ahead, and a chance to redeem myself in the free world before I meet my maker.”

Max Dickstein stands with other supporters of Ross Ulbricht, the alleged creator and operator of the Silk Road underground market, in front of a Manhattan federal court house on the first day of jury selection for his trial on January 13, 2015 in New York City.

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What Happens Now

Bharara said the verdict “should send a clear message to anyone attempting to operate an online criminal enterprise.”

“The supposed anonymity of the dark web is not a protective shield from arrest and prosecution," he added.

In a bizarre twist in the story, two government agents involved in the investigation of Silk Road were also indicted on federal charges in connection to the bust of Ulbricht.

Carl Mark Force and Shaun Bridges, Drug Enforcement Administration agents who were assigned to the Secret Service, are accused of money laundering and wire fraud in connection with actions during the investigation.

Both men were part of a Baltimore-based task force that investigated Ulbricht separately from the Manhattan group. Following their indictments, Bharara said that their operation was separate from his office. Defense attorneys were unable to introduce details of the Force investigation at Ulbricht’s trial.

During the Baltimore group’s investigation, Force allegedly made contact with Dread Pirate Roberts under several fictitious user names not sanctioned by the government, communicated with him using encrypted messaging, and attempted to extort $250,000 from Ulbricht in exchange for withholding secret information from the government.

According to the complaint, during the investigation, Force deposited $776,000 in misappropriated Bitcoins into his personal accounts and Bridges diverted $800,000 to his.

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Inside Formation 8's Secret Strategy To Invest In Hardware

The venture capital firm Formation 8 wants to raise $100 million to invest in hardware makers. BuzzFeed News obtained a confidential slide presentation about the new fund.

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Drones. Robots. Wearable devices. Internet-connected household appliances.

These technologies are making the partners of venture capital firm Formation 8 — including Joe Lonsdale, a co-founder of data mining giant Palantir — see dollar signs.

Formation 8 disclosed last week that it is seeking to raise up to $100 million for a fund focused exclusively on hardware. It has expanded on this new strategy in a confidential slide presentation for investors that was obtained by BuzzFeed News and is published in full below.

The fund, which Formation 8 calls the "world's first" dedicated to backing hardware makers, plans to make early-stage investments in startups in the United States, Israel and Asia, according to the presentation. Its focus will be the "connected world and the Internet of Things," including 3D printing, semiconductors, autos and domestic gadgets.

The fund is seeking a minimum of $75 million in capital, according to the presentation, which is dated March 2015. It initially plans to invest between $1.5 million and $3 million in seed or Series A deals.

Formation 8 is banking on its connections in Silicon Valley and Asia. Its founders include Lonsdale, a Silicon Valley billionaire, and Brian Koo, a member of the powerful Korean family behind the LG conglomerate.

The firm's Asian connections are particularly important in helping manufacture and distribute hardware, the slide presentation argues, listing Asian companies like Huawei, Tencent, Baidu, and Alibaba among its "mission-critical partners."

Formation 8 wants investors to think its hardware strategy is a contrarian play. The presentation claims that there are more than 300 startup incubators focused on software, but only 5 focused on hardware.

While the venture capital firm was founded only in 2011, it is hoping investors will view it as a seasoned expert in hardware. It hit a prominent home run with early investments in Oculus, the virtual reality headset maker that was bought by Facebook for $2 billion last year.

"Hardware companies are traditionally very hard to build and startups, especially, face unique challenges," the presentation says. "We believe the time is ripe to focus in depth on the intersection of hardware, software and services."

The hardware fund will be led by Lior Susan, who joined Formation 8 this year. He was previously the general partner of LabIX, a hardware investment program at the Singapore-based manufacturing services company Flextronics, and is a reservist of an Israeli military special forces unit, according to his bio.

Flextronics itself is an investor in the Formation 8 hardware fund, according to a person briefed on the matter.

A Formation 8 spokesman declined to comment on the confidential presentation.

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Formation 8

Formation 8

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How Your Tweets Could Crash The Global Economy

A new study outlines the frightening ways financial algorithms harvest social media data — including yours.

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Two years ago, a hacker took control of the Associated Press Twitter account and tweeted, "Breaking: Two Explosions in the White House and Barack Obama is injured." Within two minutes, the Dow Jones dropped nearly 150 points and the S&P 500 had lost nearly $150 billion in value. Within five minutes, the market had recovered.

The whiplash caused by the tweet was held up by many in the press as an example of the power — and ultimately the correctness — of the proprietary, lightning-fast algorithms that automatically execute financial trades based on reams of incoming data. Though these algorithms are closely held secrets, it is widely understood that they take into account social media data, including tweets. That a tweet from the AP could cause this kind of market fluctuation was seen as a kind of double proof of the sophistication of these formulas, which recognized and heavily weighted a tweet from a world-renowned news organization, then recognized it as a fake and course-corrected.

For Tero Karppi, a professor of media theory at the University at Buffalo, the drama raised much more fundamental questions about the way online speech affects the global financial market.

In a new case study, "Social Media, Financial Algorithms and the Hack Crash," Karppi, along with co-author Kate Crawford of Microsoft Research, mapped the ways that social media data intersects with financial algorithms, and the potential consequences of that integration.

"The biggest surprise was just how interconnected the systems are," Karppi told BuzzFeed News. "There are systems that buy access to social media and mine that data. Social media plays a significant role in financial markets."

Indeed, much of the study focuses on services like Dataminr (which played a role in the 2013 crash and recovery) that harvest data from social networks and turn it into "actionable signals" for financial companies. As the study puts it, these companies "assess emotion, importance and social meaning in order to 'predict the present' and thus transform social media signals into economic information and value." (Through a spokesperson, Dataminr declined to comment for this article.)

The problem with converting social media speech to algorithmic data, according to Karppi, is that this speech is not necessarily accurate or truthful. Indeed, the 2013 crash was precipitated by a trusted Twitter account being amplified by thousands of people at once who had no idea they were spreading a lie. "People don't necessarily represent their actual being while they are on social media," Karppi said. "There seems to be this neo-positivistic epistemology where we believe the data we gather from social media actually represents reality in some way. I think we need to be critical towards that."

Software like Dataminr performs so-called "sentiment analysis": measuring how people feel from their online speech. It's not hard to imagine a series of performatively negative tweets about a marketing campaign, or a global news event, snowballing into a speech trend that sentiment analysis converts into data points for trading algorithms. And that's where the trouble could begin.

The algorithms into which firms funnel social media content perform so-called high-frequency trading, and they value speed above all, a fact that can lead to "weird and scary consequences," said Karppi. As he and Crawford write in the study, "algorithms and other actors respond to sudden changes in financial markets which are then imitated and repeated; when someone or something begins to sell in earnest, other entities follow." In other words, our online speech can indirectly lead to to huge self-fulfilling prophecies that shake financial markets, as algorithms follow other algorithms that are following faulty social media data.

It's a bracing idea, that our stray thoughts — and more importantly, the digital speech of influential people, brands, and organizations, many of which hardly pay a pittance to security — are imperfectly integrated into a vast layering of formulas that play a dominant role in determining the economic health of the world. Even more frightening is the fact that we have no idea how our speech is being weighted, because the math is all kept secret.

And because all of these processes happen faster than human cognition, the only solution, according to Karppi, is building better automated systems to govern them — another layer of abstraction.

"No one has the time to check if its true or not," Karppi said.

In the shadow of a global economic collapse that was characterized by the massive abstraction of financial products, it's yet another example of the sheer complexity of global financial system, and our complicity in it, whether we like it or not.

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CPUID HWMonitor Pro.v1.23 Final adalah software yang biasanya dipakai oleh para gamer untuk mengecek spesifikasi PC, bukan hanya info umum yang diberikan oleh CPUID HWMonitor Pro.v1.23 Final ini, namun info yang diberikan oleh software ini sangatlah lengkap dan rinci, mulai dari info lengkap mengenai Processor, VGA, Hardisk, dan berbagai info lain yang berhubungan dengan hardware PC anda. Ini berguna untuk mengukur kemampuan PC anda bermain game.


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Google Wants To Give You What You Need, Right On Your Wrist

In a post–Apple Watch world, Google wants to make Android Wear devices even easier to use.

Drawing an emoji on the LG Watch Urbane, an Android Wear device.

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The war to put wearable technology on your wrist will likely be won by the device that gives you useful information quickly, effortlessly, and without driving you crazy. Changes coming to Android Wear make a case for why Google's smartwatch operating system platform does the job best — perhaps even better than the Apple Watch.

There are now some 1,500 custom watch faces and 4,000 Android Wear apps, Google revealed during its annual I/O developers conference today. And the company claims some of those apps are getting better at using device motion sensors, location, and other data points to guide you through life. Imagine, upon entering a new restaurant, that your watch suggests what to order. Soon you may be able to see a real-time countdown of your train's arrival, or order an Uber by saying, "OK Google, call a car," into your wrist.

Those app capabilities, announced last month, will roll out in the next few weeks to all seven Android Wear watches in an attempt to enhance their appeal, especially their ease of use, in a post–Apple Watch world. "Checking the time is pretty cool," David Singleton, director of Android Wear, told the audience at Google's developers conference. "You can just look at your wrist, get the information you need, and make decisions in fractions of a second. It's glanceable, actionable, and effortless. And that's the cornerstone for what we think of all interactions with Android Wear."

Compared to the Apple Watch, features can be accessed with fewer gestures: Flick your wrist to scroll through notifications, for example, and tap the screen once to start apps and send messages.

Perhaps more importantly, almost all the Android Wear watches have since last year included an "always-on" screen — which means that, unlike the Apple Watch, you don't have to swipe or shake your wrist to see the time. Soon, Android Wear apps will also have the option to be "always on" rather than disappear. To save battery life, the screen will appear in full color when you look at it, but revert to black-and-white the rest of the time. (A Google spokesperson declined to provide hard numbers on how such changes affect battery life, saying it varies depending on the device and usage.)

Another obstacle that Google is trying to overcome: getting rid of the smartphone that traditionally provides the internet connection for smartwatches. One criticism of the Apple Watch has been that the device must be within 30 feet of an associated iPhone for all its features to operate. Android Wear devices aren't quite as restricted; they can operate on Wi-Fi as long as the accompanying phone, wherever it is, has a data connection.

That's not to say that Android Wear watches are 100% convenient — but they are taking steps to get there. Sketch something, for example, and the watch will convert it into an emoji.

And newly announced Google Fit updates for Android Wear, which are expected to launch over the next few weeks, will enable the device sensors to automatically count sit-ups, push-ups, and squats — in much the same way that Google Fit on Android captures your runs, walks, and bike rides on smartphones. It will also offer daily exercise goals calibrated to experience level, Allyson Gale, a product manager for Google Fit apps, told BuzzFeed News.

Allyson Gale, product manager for Google Fit apps, demonstrates how the latest Google Fit updates for Android Wear can track squats.

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No matter how powerful a watch is, it becomes even more so when it taps into a larger universe of wirelessly connected objects. Google is working on just such an ecosystem. Possibilities, Singleton told the audience, include using Android Wear devices to check the battery in a Ford car, control music on Spotify, or adjust living room temperature via a Nest thermostat.

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Apple Isn't Going To Get Rid Of Its Antitrust Monitor Anytime Soon

A federal appeals court rejects the company’s latest bid to oust a court-appointed antitrust compliance monitor.


Apple has lost another bid to jettison the court-appointed monitor tasked with evaluating its antitrust policies.

On Thursday, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan rejected Apple's appeal to oust Michael Bromwich, the monitor appointed to oversee the company's compliance with antitrust law in 2013 after it was found liable for conspiring with major publishers to raise e-book prices and squeeze out competition from companies like Amazon.

The ruling is a clear disappointment for Apple, which has lambasted Bromwich for everything from trying to "set up shop in Apple's boardroom and executive offices" to his fee of $1,000 an hour.

In handing down his decision, Circuit Judge Dennis Jacobs did find fault with some of Bromwich's behavior — notably "the appearance of impropriety" when he submitted an affidavit for plaintiffs involved in a separate Apple case. "Bromwich's submission in conjunction with a litigant's brief was the opposite of best practice for a court-appointed monitor," Jacobs wrote. Sadly for Apple, that's no reason for disqualification. The company's stuck with Bromwich until October.

Apple declined comment.

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