Google is preparing to release a new SDK for makers of wearable devices in the hope of running Android into a myriad of accessories. Top exec Sundar Pichai told the South by Southwest conference yesterday that the company is prepping the software development kit for release in the next two weeks, the Wall Street Journal and …
If they put this in the back of your boxer shorts
Would it make you a SmartArse?
Re: If they put this in the back of your boxer shorts
A true smartarse is born, not made.
Is the term "Glasswipe" the same as "Glasshole"?
I'm certain there's folk hereabouts that can do better than either.........
WTF is SXSW ?
I thought it was a Movie and Arts festival in Austin, TX called South by Southwest
If only there was some sort of webpage where you could type in 4 letters and press enter and have such mysteries revealed to you...
lmgtfy is 6 letters, so I can't be arsed to patronise him.
I don't really understand the headline?
From the story it seems like they've released a new SDK not dropped it?
I was thinking that, too. I was under the impression that "dropping" something means to discontinue development on it, not to release it. Perhaps "Google to DEPLOY SDK..." would make for a more sensible title.
The headline author has been spending too much time listening to rap music and being down with the kids.
The sandwich board updated
Would you trust a smart jacket from Google not to be displaying adverts on your back while you're walking along?
Meaningless title !
I think DROP =/= DELIVER in this new dystopian 'Register' speak
I know language is a living thing but thats just mid west gobbledygook !
"Launching" was good enough for the Google presenter - It'll do fine for us too Thanks !
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