Most of us have left the world of physical media behind in favor of MP3s and other digital sources for on-the-go music listening. Apple’s iPod Shuffle offers a solid option for people who want a rugged yet tiny music player for those intense workout sessions, but Motorola’s stepping up to compete. The MOTOACTV looks like a watch but acts like so much more. Availabe in 8 GB and 16 GB models, the Android-powered device delivers music playback, an FM radio, a built-in GPS, a pedometer, a touchscreen and, most importantly, Blueooth and ANT+ wireless connectivity. You can sync this bad boy with your smartphone. It’s not out yet, but expect the MOTOACTV to retail in the neighborhood of $300.