Android Wear Q&A: ask us anything you wish to know about Google's smartwatch platform

Well, guys, it looks like smartwatches are officially a thing, and they're here to stay now that a major force like Google is backing up their advent. Not long ago, the tech giant announced Android Wear – its software platform built for smartwatches and other wearable gadgets, and the first devices powered by it aren't far from being released commercially. As a matter of fact, the LG G Watch can be pre-ordered already and the Moto 360 is due to launch later this summer.

Now, we had the opportunity to see Android Wear in action during the Google I/O conference. We also had the chance to take a quick look at the LG G Watch and the Moto 360 running it (read our LG G watch hands-on and Moto 360 hands-on posts for more details). But as extensive as our coverage may have been, there's probably a ton of questions still boggling the minds of many. That's why we thought we'd have a Q&A session on Android Wear and the upcoming smartwatches powered by it. Ask us anything you wish to know about them, and we'll do our best to provide you with an answer in a timely manner. Just make sure that whatever it is you're curious about hasn't been mentioned in our posts and hands-ons related to Android Wear. With that out of the way, the comments section below is open for your questions!


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