There aren’t many options for smartwatches available locally, but the e-ink based Pebble might get its premium edition on more wrists in Australia if retailer Dick Smith has its way.
The world may have had a preview of the latest technology at CES in January, but everyone seems to forget about the accessories that accompany these things, like the bags and the cases. Aussie brand STM, though, is giving us a heads up before it launches new gear.
The whole smartwatch category is pretty new, but we already have the first of the budget devices, with SmartQ delivering Android on a wristwatch for $99. Is it cheap as chips, or just plain cheap?
Plugs are so passé it seems, and storage maker SanDisk is going to prove just why, with a new range of products that keep the plug, but encourage a more plug-free way of connecting.
Parents know all too well that the quality of a stroller matters, just like the quality of clothing over a period of time, and two Aussies think they may have what it takes to make parents think twice before they spend on another pram.
When you check out an electronics store, there’s a very good chance you’re going to find something made by Samsung on quite a few of the shelves, and while phones, tablets, cameras, and TVs are the things we know about, there are a few things you may not see coming.
Straight from Mobile World Congress in Spain, GadgetGuy’s Valens Quinn has been lucky enough to go hands-on with the next generation of Samsung wearables.
If you missed the news that more companies will be vying for a piece of your wrist, here’s another dose of that, as Sony unveils its own smartband, which isn’t quite the Sony Smartwatch that the company updated last year, with a focus more on tracking your fitness in the SmartBand than on telling the time.
International travellers are probably well aware of the special plugs they need to make their electrical cables work at their destination, but Belkin’s solution doesn’t just supply everything in the box, it does it in a way that can protect your hardware too.
Australia might just be getting Cat 4 LTE now, but there’s a new king in town, and it brings in more mobile speed than anything before it.