The Huawei Watch 2 is the first smartwatch in Australia that supports 4G, and that's just one of its many tricks. Running Android Wear, it's simple but powerful. This is the first watch you can use properly without your phone in Australia -- and that comes in handy more often than you'd think.
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One of the perils of smart devices is that many rely on their respective company's online servers to function, and sometimes those companies shut down. Which leaves you with an expensive paperweight. Luckily Pebble has had the foresight to update their smartwatches after being acquired by Fitbit last year.
‘Wearable computing’ is a concept that’s been around for ages – especially if you count centuries-old gizmos like the abacus ring. However, the technology is only now beginning to creep its way into the mainstream, with the versatile smartwatch leading the charge. We take a look at some of the most popular options on the market.
Samsung's much-anticipated Galaxy Gear smart watch was officially launched today. One potential advantage it offers you might not have thought of? Improved identity and access management.
Smartphones are obvious targets for thieves. The devices are expensive, they're small, and they're easy to steal. No Handcuffs -- a blog centered around keeping you out of trouble -- notes that one of the easiest ways to fall victim to having your phone stolen is to use it to check for the time when someone asks.
Being organised is a major part of the Lifehacker mantra, so it should come as no surprise that wearing a watch all the time proved the most popular choice in our recent poll about time-keeping habits. Just under half the respondents opted for "I have one on every waking hour, and I feel nervous when I don't".