The hot buzz word right now on the consumer front is wearables. Every major tech company from Samsung to Sony has already jumped on the trend, releasing their own line of smartwatches in an attempt to bank on a vastly growing market forecasted to ship nearly 37 million units by next year. And with talks of Apple working on its long-rumored computerized wristwatch, the war for smartwatch supremacy is just heating up. But while all the major players seem focused on the hardware end, Google has been busy designing a wearable version of its Android operating system dubbed Android Wear. 

Courting LG and Motorola to help launch its highly anticipated platform, Google is set to bring forth the most advanced and purest Android experience onto its wrist-worn devices, which it hopes to accomplish through a series of innovative features, striking designs, and multi-platform support. Judging from what's been shared, we could be looking at elite front-runner for hi-tech timepieces. Take a look at Everything You Should Know About Google’s Android Wear Smartwatches.