Fitbit Charge 5 features a thinner design with a brighter colour touchscreen.
The Huawei GT 2 Pro is a stylish smartwatch with an incredible two week's battery life, that works with Android and iOS, and is packed with sporting and lifestyle features. In fact, with $120 off right now, this could be the perfect Father's Day gift for the active Dad in your life.
Powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor, the Suunto bills its Suunto 7 as "a state-of-the-art smartwatch with adventure-proof GPS sport watch" with a "no-compromise approach to wearable technology", now at $599 at JB Hi-Fi and Suunto's online store.
CSIRO Data61 alumni and drone autonomy company Emesent has announced new investment in its business by In-Q-Tel in a move it says will power its expansion into the defence and emergency response industries.
GPS and wearable technology specialist Garmin has been hit by an outage and there are suspicions that this may be due to a Windows ransomware attack.
Sydney based startup and spinout from the CSIRO, Coviu, is providing its telehealth technology to the government-funded video consulting platform Healthdirect Australia to help GP's transition to a business model that incorporates increased demand for telehealth.
Australian doctors in general practice clinics will get free delivery of enhanced telehealth services with upgrades to the system delivered by NBN Co in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Singapore Government has announced that it would provide the source code for an app known as TraceTogether which uses Bluetooth technology to track people who have been within two meters of coronavirus patients.
Israel is using an app to track people within the country and notify them if they happen to visit the same location as a person who is known to be infected by the coronavirus.
The number of documents uploaded to My Health Records by healthcare providers continues to soar, with the total in December 2019 reaching nearly 13 million records - up from 12.5 million in November.
Australian listed digital health group, 1st Group, is claiming an Australian first with the launch of a new MyHealth1st product called EasyReferrals that powers the new service - StVincentsPriority.com.au - which it says completely transforms the GP to specialist referral process.
Smart watches have come of age, with the latest being a sub-$200 model called the MOVETIME Family Watch, letting parents stay in touch with 4G calls, video calls, photo sharing, messaging and GPS tracking.
Telstra has announced the latest addition to its locator product range, launching a new tag developed in partnership with 5G and intelligent IoT device-to-cloud solutions provider Inseego.
More Australians can now access diagnostic test results online with the upgrading of My Health Record announced by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
With the help of multi-Gold Medal winning Olympian Sally Pearson, Huawei has launched two new models in its existing Watch GT range in Australia, one for the active user at the larger 46mm size, while an elegant new 42mm model for smaller wrists has also arrived.
Health insurance company nib is claiming a first for the Australian health insurance industry with the launch of nib Skill for Amazon Alexa, which is aimed at better connecting members to local health providers and health insurance information.
The GPS rollover that will take place this weekend is unlikely to affect many people as most modern GPS receivers are compliant with the latest system specifications, the founder and chief executive of LiveViewGPS, a company that sells tracking systems, says.
The Global Positioning System will roll over this weekend, resetting clocks due to a problem similar to that which caused Y2K, a memo from the US Department of Homeland Security says, with effects expected to be much more severe than when the last rollover took place in 1999.
Medibank has launched a ‘find a provider’ tool designed to help users of its services and their GPs find out how much, and how often, a specialist charges out-of-pocket costs.
The University of Melbourne says a mobile app that has already been downloaded more than 250,000 times is revolutionising campus maintenance and providing staff and students with a free, customised, easy-to-use tool for reporting on-campus problems.
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