Displaying items by tag: wearable devices

The competition regulator, the ACCC, has announced that it will not accept a long-term behavioural undertaking offered by Google that sought to address competition concerns about its proposed acquisition of wearables supplier and manufacturer Fitbit.

Published in Technology Regulation

Australia’s competition watchdog, the ACCC, has raised serious concerns over Google’s proposed acquisition of American digital health and fitness company Fitbit, and the potential for the deal to adversely affect market competition.

Published in Technology Regulation

Researchers at the University of South Australia are set to begin working on a project to build wearable devices that can diagnose health conditions like pre-eclampsia, epilepsy, foetal arrhythmias and heart attacks.

Published in Health

Australians are concerned about their privacy with smart devices listening in on their conversations, and allowing organisations to extract personal information from their digital footprints.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 25 February 2019 15:26

The evolution of wearable warehouse technology

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The role of the warehouse in the modern supply chain has completely changed, and warehouse technology which increases visibility, accuracy and efficiency is now more important than ever.

Australia Post is claiming an Australia-first with the installation of new advanced Point of Sale systems across 3600 post offices.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 11:43

Telstra says calls, texts from wearables by Sept end

Telstra plans to introduce embedded SIM technology to make it possible for Australians to use compatible wearable devices, instead of their phones, to make calls and send texts.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The wearables market in Australia is still in its infancy, but the release of the Apple watch in April, and innovation from other players in the market, is expected to drive up revenues to $1 billion by 2018.

Published in Mobility

Australians backed away ever so slightly last year from buying media tablets, with slowing demand mainly due to “saturation” in the iPad and Android tablet market, according to a newly published research study.

Published in Market

Analyst firm Telsyte is making big predictions for the smartwatch, wearable computing market in its latest Australian Smartwatch & Wearable Devices Market Study 2015.

Published in Mobility

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