Wearables

Garmin Forerunner 645 Music and money – wherever you go

20 hours ago

Garmin has launched the Forerunner 645 Music, a GPS running watch with integrated music (up to 500 songs) and a contactless credit card payment system

CES 2018 – that’s a wrap

2 days ago

The Consumer Electronics Show is over for another year – was it a boom or bust year?

Qualcomm – “We invent the tech the world loves” at CES 2018

6 days ago

In case you don’t know Qualcomm is to the mobile and IoT connectivity space like Intel is to PCs.

Lenovo says it’s not a Mirage – virtual reality at CES 2018

6 days ago

Lenovo announced, in partnership with Google, the Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream, the world’s first standalone Daydream VR headset – Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream,

Garmin vivofit 4 breaks 1-year battery life

1 week ago

Garmin has removed the pet hate of most activity tracker owners – constant recharging is a thing of the past with the new vivofit 4

BlueAnt Pump Air – wireless sports buds with style (review)

4 weeks ago

Aussie owned BlueAnt is not a name you automatically associate with premium sound headgear although if you were shopping for a hands-free car kit, it

Review: Google Daydream View

1 month ago

Once upon a time there was Google Glass, which was Google’s experiment with a kind of augmented reality. Then there was Google Cardboard, which was

Epson uses AR for drone flight simulation

2 months ago

Epson is coming up with exciting new applications for its Moverio BT-300 Augmented Reality eyewear. As we mentioned in our review several months ago, amongst

Review: SMATE Pure Series Active Noise Cancelling Wireless headphones (SMPSHPNC1)

2 months ago

SMATE is a new online outfit supplying Australian designed consumer electronic products. So far, these include headphones, soundbars and a TV with more, we imagine,

Colourful Samsung Sports Gear arrives

3 months ago

Samsung’s Gear Sport smart watch and Gear IconX earbuds have arrived. In bold colour. The Gear Sport watch stands out by being swim ready. It’s

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