We now have more evidence that Google is working on a smartwatch.
Earlier this year, we reported that Google was getting closer to making a smartwatch. But now it sounds like Google has a fully functioning device.
The smartwatch has popped up in at least three different Google offices: Berlin, Manchester, and Mountain View, Nate Swanner of Android Authority reports .
Motorola is reportedly making the watch, according to Swanner's sources. But the watch will need to be tethered to a smartphone in order to access the I nternet and apps. The smartwatch's functionality and interface will reportedly be similar to Google Glass, featuring tiny "cards" with snippets of information.
Just last week, VentureBeat uncovered a Google patent for a smartwatch with Google Glass-style tapping, pinching, and stretching finger gestures. The Financial Times has also reported that Google is working on a smartwatch.
Google is gearing up for its big developers conference this week where it will make a bunch of new product announcements. We doubt the smartwatch will make an appearance at the event, but it is pretty clear Google has such a device in the works.
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