Security folk rightly talk about having a good cyber security posture, but the physical posture of your body is just as important, with the flagship Upright Go 2 joined by the new Upright Go S.
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.
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.
If you suffer from poor posture, then a little tingle may be all you need to vibrate your back back to vibrant health, ensuring you're an upright and upstanding citizen.
What started off as a Telstra exclusive is no longer one, with the 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Watch now available at Vodafone, too.
Telstra has announced the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Watch cellular variant, Samsung’s new flagship wearable with LTE capability, in 42mm and 46mm sizes.
Billed not only as the No.1 smartwatch in the world, but the No.1 watch in the world, Apple Watch Series 4 is louder, thinner, with a larger screen, new fitness and health capabilities and more.
Fighting the Apple Watch and Google Android Wear watches is Samsung's new Galaxy Watch, taking a naming cue from Apple, with a headline of "up to 80+ hours" of battery life on the LTE model with "typical usage" as well as working in 15+ countries across 30+ carriers with both iPhones and Androids.
FOCI is a new "focus enhancing biometric wearable" that has just launched on Kickstarter, becoming fully funded in five hours and arriving to backers in October 2018.
Fighting fit and fighting Fitbit, Apple and others is a new competitor: the Striiv Apex HR, promising to help you reach your summer fitness goals and keep on top of your busy lifestyle.
With the market to grow by over 500% over five years as "wired audio" declines, the rise of ear-based wearables or "hearables", already well evident in 2017, will really turn up the volume.
When technology becomes so ubiquitous and advanced that it melts into the background of life and even becomes invisible, that’s the ultimate “new normal”, but before we get there, Samsung’s “new normal” is here.
Forget about breathalysing for blood alcohol levels, how about breathalysing yourself to accurately zero in on your health status? ezOxygen aims to do that.
Want to put a 4G SIM card into your smartwatch? Then Huawei’s Android Wear 2.0 watch is the first to let you do it with Vodafone down under from 16 August.
Apple’s special Nike+ edition of the Apple Watch Series 2 arrives this Friday, adding the new Nike+ Run Club and more to the mix for your fitness fix.
Promising to not just tell the time but to "give you more time", the 2nd-gen Moto 360 boasts "more style, more features and more battery", only its local launch is "untimely".
With the promise of instant app loading on watchOS 3-enabled Apple Watches and plenty more, users of the device are in for a massive treat very soon.
Samsung’s next-generation fitness tracker has the market leader Fitbit to defeat before it can take the fitness crown, but the Gear Fit2 is its attempt to do just that.
The research gurus at IDTechEx says bulky first-gem wearables are slowly beginning to change, with new clothing-based components emerging and more.
Last week Apple updated its various operating systems, and that included an update for its watchOS too.
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