Chinese smartphone vendor realme has launched two wearables in the Australian market, a set of buds and a watch, both of which will go on sale from 4 February, the former on pre-order and the latter for purchase.
Billed as the "race that stops the nation", there's talk that the 2020 version will be the "race that starts the nation" given the COVID-19 craziness, so how you do watch The Melbourne Cup live from anywhere you can get a mobile or Wi-Fi data connection?
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