AOL relaunches its news service.AOL relaunched its news service with an all-new design earlier this morning. In addition to adding an extra column, it now features some Web 2.0 goodies such as a tag cloud of popular story headlines, and the most-read stories and comment threads. The service will also aggregate news from other sites. Read more about it here.
CircleUp launches embeddable widget.CircleUp [review], the social-planning service has a new widget called MyQuestions that lets people add their questions and subsequent list or responses to blogs, Web sites, or social-networking profiles. Users can interact with these widgets and respond without having to leave the site.
iTunes importing. Users of MediaMaster [review] are now able to import music from their iTunes music libraries. They can also view their songs in a new list view that shows all their tracks. The team is currently working on a Facebook app to let users share their music libraries on user profiles, similar to Last.fm's efforts.
Google's quest to build a robot fleet
The former head of Android leads a project to build robots for manufacturing jobs, YotaPhone brings e-ink to smartphones, and Chromecast adds its first game.
Wearables are largely aimed at the person who just wants to maintain a good weight, sleep enough, and maybe get in a little cardio. CNET's Brian Cooley tells you why 2014 could be the breakout year for wearable tech.