We’re now into the war of public attrition between Google and Apple as details dribble out about Android Wear and the Apple Watch. None of it is worth a full article, but you may find it all worthwhile to know. (We suspect there’s going to be a lot of this for the next month or so, by the way.)
9to5Mac is reporting breathlessly that the Apple Watch will contain 8GB of RAM, but only 2GB will be accessible for MP3s and 75MB for photos. The rest, presumably, is for things like the operating system.
And The Verge says that the next version of Android Wear will let users move between notifications by flicking their wrists (instead of poking at the screen with their other hands). Also, Google Now will support WiFi, so your watch can work further from the phone than it currently does. No word when this next version of Wear will ship.