Google introduced three smartwatches, software to make cars smarter, and Android TV at its annual I/O developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday.
Two of the watches, the LG G watch, and Samsung Gear Live, will be available today, while the Moto 360 will be available later. No price was immediately given.
The company also introduced Android Auto, software to develop applications specifically for automobiles, and Android TV.
The watches are powered by software designed to make wearables—in particular watches—contextually aware of the user's environment, and provide relevant information to guide the user through the day.