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Google to Start Mass Production of Google Now Integrated Smartwatch Soon

Oct 29 2013, 9:16am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Google to Start Mass Production of Google Now Integrated Smartwatch Soon
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Google Smartwatch is coming soon with Google Now integration. Tech giant is reportedly in close talks with its Asian suppliers to start mass production of its Android smartwatch within months.

Google is almost ready to enter into the smartwatch market. Google smartwatch is in final stages of its development. Tech giant is going to launch its intelligent digital assistant with Google Now integration and Android operating system.

The wearable device market is rapidly growing. It is expected to reach 485 million devices by 2018. But there are still questions about their limited functionality and short battery life. Samsung has recently released its Galaxy Gear smartwatch, but it did not overcome these problems. However, Google is working on such a smartwatch that will cover these issues.

An inside source told WSJ that Google Smartwatch "can answer questions, make recommendations and predict what information users need based on what they are doing. Google has also been working to reduce power consumption on the smartwatch so it won't require frequent battery charges." Google's intelligent personal assistant will work both as a smartwatch and smartphone. It can communicate with other devices

The smartwatch will be able to communicate with other devices. Like Google Now integration will help user to reach its email and get all info like his travel schedules and more. With the launch of its own smartwatch device, Google wants to take the leading position against its rivals Apple and Microsoft. Both tech giants are also expected to launch their smartwatches in near future.

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