One of Google’s most important decisions for Android was to separate key feature updates from new firmware — you don’t have to suffer through months of delays from your manufacturer and carrier just to get a new messaging app or a vital behind-the-scenes service. And now, that’s true for Android Wear as well. Google’s Hoi Lam has confirmed that Android Wear 2.0 can receive some updates through the Play Store, rather than waiting for monolithic firmware upgrades. An update this past week is proof positive: 2.0-equipped watches got support for third-party chat apps in contacts and fewer accidental launches for the watch face picker.
Two films — “Justice League and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” — topped last week’s social media buzz, according to media-measurement firm comScore and its PreAct service. “Justice League” generated 190,000 new conversations last week after Warner Bros. stepped its marketing efforts. Most notably, the studio released of a new full trailer on Oct. 8 at New York Comic Con. The new trailer follows Wonder Woman and Batman as they […]