Would you wear a talking shoe? One tech giant is betting you will, developing some smart footwear.
FOX News Radio's Bill Vitka has details:
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Google has more in its wardrobe closet than glasses: It's expanding its line of wearable computing, adding footwear. It's a "talking shoe," able to articulate about 250 phrases. What it has to say is contingent on how much you're moving around.
It's a sneaker with sass, reminding you when you've been sitting too long or when to pick up the pace. You also get updates on how your workout is going. As time goes on, the shoe collects information - they say it even develops a personality.
The shoes are not yet for sale.
Bill Vitka, FOX News Radio.
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