Google, like Apple, Samsung and just about every other big tech player today, has been long rumored to be working on its own “smartwatch” that will bring smartphone-like capabilities to the wristwatch form factor. An unnamed source has now told Android Authority that Google’s version of the smartwatch will be manufactured by Motorola and will feature a Google Glass-like user interface that will include a series of digital “cards” that users swipe through to give them updates on times, events and other key information. Android Authority’s source says that Google may not be ready to release its watch at Google I/O this week, however, because it still needs to be tethered to a smartphone and isn’t a standalone device capable of receiving data on its own.
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