For the record, Google has unveiled a new revision of Android Wear. This version ties its users closer than ever to the Google ecosystem, giving them direct access to their cloud-based Google Play music libraries, without the need for a smartphone. (You need offline playing, also part of the update, turned on.) Also, the new rev supports GPS on Wear devices, for functions like tracking running and cycling routes, distance, and speed.
To date, though, there are no Wear devices that actually have GPS. So Google also announced pre-ordering of the Sony Smartwatch 3, which does have GPS functionality, from Verizon Wireless. The $250 device is slated to ship in the next week or so.
the other three Android Wear devices — Moto 360, LG G, and Samsung Gear Live — will have the update pushed to them soon.