Google has not confirmed the name change, and therefore has not provided an explanation for the speculated move. As you'll see in the screenshot below, Google looks to be testing a new logo for its wearable platform, but that's not even the biggest news here.
If Wear OS will indeed be unveiled at this year's I/O, Google may also be planning to announce major initiatives alongside the new name.
Taylor ruled out of fifth ODI
Bairstow dominated the bowlers, smashing nine fours and six sixes as he thrashed a century from just 58 balls. Morgan's men have won nine of their last 10 50-over series as they build towards a home World Cup next year.
Google is promoting it by the name of "Wear OS".
So if you weren't paying attention, the first Android P Developer Preview already launched nearly a week ago, giving us a glimpse of what Google thinks the next Android version should look like. A while back, companies were racing to unveil new Android Wear gear.
There has been no official word from Google on the new name.
Chiefs agree to terms with Sammy Watkins
During his three seasons with the Bills , he totaled 153 receptions, 2,459 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns. If Sammy Watkins leaves in free agency, the Rams could be in the market for a new wide receiver.
Android Wear is now mainly used in smartwatches made by Asus (ZenWatch 2 and 3), Fossil (Q Founder, Marshal, Wander), Huawei (Watch), Lenovo (Moto 360 Gen 2, Sport), LG (Watch Urbane, G Watch R) and Tag Heuer (Connected).
Rebranding Android Wear to Wear OS also eliminates the notion that Android-Wear powered devices are only available to Android smartphone owners, as Android Wear smartwatches work with iPhones.
Google is reshaping its search bar for its mobile site and it will now appear more rounded, much like the search bar on the Pixel launcher. For example, Google Keep now features a brand new black background and the fonts are more pronounced so that they could be easier to read on small screens.
Venus Williams upstages sister Serena at Indian Wells
Elina Svitolina was a shock loser to Carla Suarez Navarro, the Spaniard easing to a 7-5 6-3 win over the Ukrainian fourth seed. Venus closed out the one and a half hour match on her second match point when Serena's forehand service return sailed long.