The latest Google Play Store version is now available to download, only 10 hours after the previous update was released. Also, Google recently rolled out the first Android 8.0 Oreo beta for Android Wear, so it would appear to still be in its plans. Just tap the Google Assistant shortcut and it will be ready to help you.
Google Play Store has been updated to version 8.3.41 directly from the 8.2.58; the new update has skipped a lot of build numbers in between which arises the question are there any significant changes in the update or not. While it was expected that the current generation Android Wear devices would still be available, Google has totally removed the Android Wear section from it's latest Google Store. Gartner estimates that around 310.4 million wearables will be sold globally, an increase of 16.7% year over year. Further, Gartner notes that smartwatches from companies like ASUS, LG, Samsung, Huawei and Sony would account for 15% of the total smartwatch sales by 2021, while Apple will account for 25% of the market.
However, it's too early to be jumping to any conclusions regarding the future of Android Wear.
Amazon's Plans May Hurt UPS, FedEX
Over the past two years, Amazon has been testing this service in India while slowly marketing it to US merchants. Amazon has invested heavily in its logistics network over the years and taken on losses to build it out.
Rajnish Kumar to be new SBI chairman
Arundhati Bhattacharya, who is retiring next month, will be remembered for taking some bold steps in a public sector set-up. In the position, Rajnish Kumar will be replacing Arundhati Bhattacharya, whose tenure is about to get over this week.
Indian tycoon Mallya arrested again by British police
Mallya insisted he was innocent and denied fleeing the charges in his homeland, following the legal hearing in London in June. Mr Mallya is in Britain on an "indefinite leave to remain" visa or on permanent residence after India cancelled his passport.
'Time to talk' in Catalonia crisis, European Union says
Puigdemont said the low turnout was partly because many people wanted to vote, but were prevented by officials from doing so. Catalan officials said 90 per cent of the 2.26 million people who took part in the vote backed independence .
Vince Tyra Named UofL Interim AD
Good for them, and I mean that sincerely. "The athletic department at the University of Louisville is a huge part of my life". One of them may have a flat tire right now, but we will prop it back up. "We've had incredible stewards of our program here.