Google is in the midst of a $30 billion expansion, as it launches the latest version of its mobile mobile division, the Android division.
The company says the new product, called Android Wear, will help bring the company’s apps to more devices.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai says the Android Wear software will be rolled out to devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the version of Android that the company launched a year ago.
“It’s going to be an evolution of Android,” he said.
“We’ve been doing this for years and years, and we think Android is a great platform.
Pichai said the software will also allow users to use the Android smartphone software on Android-powered tablets, smartphones, and wearables. “
What we’re going to do is bring the best of Android to our users.”
Pichai said the software will also allow users to use the Android smartphone software on Android-powered tablets, smartphones, and wearables.
Pichaison says Google will sell hardware for the software, which will cost about $US24 a piece.
Google’s wearable division is currently in the early stages of a funding round, with about $3 billion in investment from venture capital firms and other investors.
The new Android Wear product, which has yet to be named, will be sold as a service.
Google says Android Wear is a standalone device that can be plugged into a smartwatch, with the app being integrated with the watch itself.
It’s a very similar approach to what Apple did with its Apple Watch smartwatch software, in which the company sells its software separately, but the hardware and software are connected.
Android Wear was announced in February 2015.
For Android, Google is targeting its devices at consumers, who typically are on their phones or wearables, and it wants to target the business market.
Google says its mobile software for smartphones has been downloaded more than 6 billion times, and the software is available in more than 100 languages.