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Android has announced that the company will launch a new wearable SDK for Android at SXSW Interactive.
The tools will be available to download in roughly two weeks time and will expand the efforts to put Google’s mobile OS on smart watches or fitness bands. The company also suggested a future where your jacket is loaded with sensors and powered by Android.
Moreover, when the SDK is available Android will offer its vision of how it sees the market developing. There will be an extensive period of collecting developer feedback from the SDK before moving forward with other plans.
Obviously Google is trying to get Android into as many devices as possible. Moving into the wearable space only makes sense. It has made various efforts on TV front and at CES announced a partnership with a number of car manufacturers to get the little green bot inside your dashboard as well.