At CES Asia, Hyundai showed an autonomous concept car, joining a slew of other auto makers working on the technology. More interesting is Hyundai’s thoughts on what we’ll all be doing in the future when the cars are driving themselves. This photo is from Hyundai’s booth at CES Asia shows 2 passengers...
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    The new Samsung Gear S3 is the most refined and advanced wearable we’re seen from the company. One of its biggest assets is its unique 4 days worth of battery life. They’re able to achieve that pretty stunning battery life thanks to a 380mAh a significant upgrade on 250mAh from the...
  • Microsoft Band 2 will add Cortana, coming Oct 30

    Microsoft just announced their 2nd generation wearable, Microsoft Band 2. It has a brand new curved display with Gorilla Glass 3. The Band will have apps for Starbucks, Twitter, Facebook, Uber, Subway and more. It has the same 10 sensors from the first generation, but this time they’ve added...
  • LG also has a Gold Smartwatch, costs US$1,200

    LG want a piece of the premium smartwatch market and have announced they’ll make a limited edition Gold Urbane Luxe. In collaboration with U.S. retail jewelry company REEDS Jewelers, LG Electronics will introduce a 23-karat gold (not sure why it’s not 24) complete with an alligator leather strap set...
  • Telstra now stocking wearables in 370 retail stores

    One of the hottest tech product categories, wearables, will now be available at Telstra retail outlets. Director of Devices Andrew Volard says their 370 stores will stock a range of 10 wearable products from brands like FitBit, Garmin, Jawbone, Samsung, Huawei and Striiv. These wearables are a combination of...
  • Track your parcels, unlock your Australia Post locker with Apple Watch

    The Apple Watch was recently released, but since the start of the year Australia Post has been considering how they could leverage it. With the reasonably safe assumption Apple’s latest product category was going to be a success, the uber accessible device on your wrist could have big opportunities....
  • Westpac first in the world to add mobile banking from Apple Watch

    A smart watch will tell you the time, it’ll track your heart rate, but it also has apps. It’s important for Apple to attract new apps their the new Apple Watch platform. Two Australian banks are getting on-board, namely Westpac and St.George who are putting banking on your wrist. The...
  • Review: Motorola Moto 360

    Wearables couldn’t be hotter right now, with the established product category a couple of years old, devices are getting increasingly interesting. There’s impending launch of that watch from Coopertino, this month, but before then, we’ve spent a couple of weeks with Motorola’s Moto 360. The device is made by...
  • Here’s why you need an Apple Watch, or not

    During Apple’s March event this morning, Apple detailed their new Apple Watch. The concept of wearables is well understood, but how Apple will implement and convince you that you need one. Below are the reasons Apple believe their watch is better than those that have come before it. Apple...
  • Apple Watch arrives tomorrow, could reach $10,000.

    In the early hours of tomorrow, 4am Australian eastern daylight savings time, Apple will hold their much anticipated Apple Watch launch event.  The announcement came way back in September which after the Consumer Electronic Show and Mobile World Congress seems like an eternity ago. While Apple unveiled the watch...
  • Qantas using Samsung’s Gear VR to let you tune out on flights and lounges

    Qantas and Samsung Electronics Australia are getting together for a new trial entertainment service. Using Samsung Gear VR technology customers will get to experience the virtual world in three hundred and sixty degrees. The virtual worlds available in the trial will include locations like the top of the Sydney...
  • Zensorium Being takes fitness wearables to the next logical step

    Fitness trackers are a dime a dozen, and it’s incredibly hard to stand out, especially somewhere like CES. The company Zensorium showed off a new product, Being, which is a product and service with a difference. They take the data created from monitoring your activity and turn it into...

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