While LG's rollable OLED TV might be the star of their CES showcase this year, the company's W7 hybrid smartwatch is also getting some love with LG Australia telling us that the wearable will come to Australia in limited quantities in 2019.
Sydney-based owners of the Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa can now use either smartwatch to pay for their morning commute using the NFC chip in the wearable.
If Oppo were able to apply the same competencies they’ve demonstrated in the smartphone space to wearables, the results could well make for a product worth the attention (and money) of those who have been reticent to embrace the smartwatch category thus far.
Fitbit OS 3.0 is rolling out to Ionic and Versa watches bringing new apps, enhanced dashboard features, and powerful APIs.
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Optus has launched the new Apple Watch on a 24-month mobile broadband plan, with Optus Number Share included for free.
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Huawei have renewed their offering in the smartwatch space, announcing the new Huawei Watch GT.
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Telstra has revealed details for just how much the LTE-version of the new Samsung Galaxy Watch will cost you and when you'll be able to buy it.
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Office 365 Home is a great solution for household use but it’s not really designed to be a catch-all for modern businesses. For one, it’s not actually licensed for commercial use. Then, looking beyond that legal detail, Office 365 Home only really covers the basics. Microsoft’s classic trinity of creative software - Word, Excel and Powerpoint - is as useful as ever but the company are investing more and more in cloud services and specialised business applications. And the bulk of those aren’t on the menu when it comes to the home version of Office 365.
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