It is called "How can I fill my pocket with cash and help Fossil do the same"
i have a fossil watch but not yet smartwatch but i will switch to it when they have it on sale already
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2019The news is here: "The deal involves intellectual property related to that technology," Googl... moreI wish the wearable chips are 10nm and as powerful as Snapdragon 800. (Imagine two downclocked A76 and two downclocked A55)
I hope they will eventually make them with proper wrist bands.
Looks very "plastic like" and cheap.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2019Google is known for ruining companies it buys (see Motorola, HTC) , so beware...They haven't bought the company, but access to technology instead, so that they can merge said tech with google and other phone makers. Fossil remains Fossil.
Google is known for ruining companies it buys (see Motorola, HTC) , so beware...
I like Fossil and there watches the thought of Google being involved with them now repulses me.
Mailman, 18 Jan 2019What for? Google can't even make normal OS for watches...whats a normal OS for watches?
"It's based on something out of our timeline..." lol google sure knows how to play up the theatrics
The news is here: "The deal involves intellectual property related to that technology,"
Google buying the company for its patents. Just like when they bought Motorola (and then spit the remainders out). Google is a software company. WearOS major problem is with Qualcomm, who refused to innovate in the slightest on their wearable chips.
I need a chrome browser on a smartwatch to do business and throw away my fone