I figured the Galaxy Watch 4 would be just like all the previous Wear OS watches I've used and didn't like. I was wrong. This is a breakthrough device for Wear OS with the potential to save the whole platform. Here's why!
No other company — including Google's own Fitbit — can design, manufacture, and distribute a product like Samsung. No other company will be able to make a high-quality product and sell it at a reasonable price. No other company can save Wear OS.
There are several solutions for the enterprise to get Windows programs running on Chromebooks. There are also several reasons why one might work better than others. In the end, though, it's all about money.
Epic's lawyers aren't afraid of hyperbole, but they are 100% right when saying that Google and Apple are tied together. There really is no need to get iPhone users to switch to Android for Google to make mountains of money.
It is possible to work with Android's permissions model, consider the security challenges mobile devices bring, and still include browser extensions the right way. Google could do it if it really wanted to.