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Terrier Tech: Motorola MOTOACTV

Terrier Tech: Motorola MOTOACTV

Terrier Tech: Motorola MOTOACTV
News from BU Today:

This week “Terrier Tech” looks at Motorola’s MOTOACTV, a small, watch-sized fitness tracker that packages smartphone processing power in a wearable cube. The device features GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity—which means you can focus on working up a sweat and leave all the data tracking to the ACTV.

Already bought a workout tracker? Take heart: the ACTV is also compatible with ANT+ enabled devices. We were able to link the ACTV to Motorola phones and push text messages and phone call notifications to the 1.6-inch, Gorilla Glass®–protected touch screen. Unfortunately, you can view only incoming calls and texts, making the phone-to-ACTV connection only slightly useful.

Once the ACTV is set up on your computer, the device is surprisingly easy to use—simply scroll through the touch screen to start a workout, and the ACTV does everything else to record your pace, location, and calories burned. If you’ve also set up the ACTV to access your wireless network, it will automatically upload all your info onto the MOTOACTV website for you to peruse later, or set fitnes…………… continues on BU Today

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Google may partner Samsung again for next Nexus
News from CNET:

Sometimes I wonder if the view from Mountain View, Calif., is a little obscured by giant piles of cash–Google buys a big smartphone maker in Motorola and then spends the next year further cozying up to its biggest competitor to make its signature Nexus phones?

The latest report from Digitimes–admittedly not the most consistently accurate cog in the rumor mill–says Google is looking to Samsung again to put out its next Nexus model.

Nexus phones are designed to serve as a sort of keystone for the Android OS, a way to remind consumers and phone makers of how an Android phone should/could be. You probably know the most recent came in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which has proven to be one of the more popular Android phones of the year so far.

Google takes bids from smartphone makers for its Nexus models, with the first in the series coming from HTC. The next two, the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus came from Samsung. If Digitimes is correct, it would give the Korean phone maker a Google hat trick or maybe a turkey, depending on whether hockey or bowling is more popular in Korea.

Digitimes’ sources apparently say that Samsung is the logical choice because of its widespread success with the Galaxy Nexus and other…………… continues on CNET

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