Smartwatches tend to only be “smart” when a phone is nearby, and without the web, they’re just portable media players and timekeepers. But not Huawei’s latest.
Big fashion and expensive timekeepers the likes of Movado and TAG rarely touch digital crazes, but the latter is sinking more in with another smartwatch.
It's not hard to see that wearables are shaping up to be a big deal in the world of mobile devices, and Google is ready with Android Wear 2.0. Is Australia?
The wearable market is already crowded with fitness gadgets, but the maker of some of the world's most popular footwear is getting in, too.
Asus has been dabbling in smartwatches about as long as the other Android Wear players, but its watches tend to be on the square side. Finally, though, it will embrace the circle in a new generation of the product.
There's a little more here in the 2016 Moto 360, an update that we're glad Motorola has done, because sometimes it's nice to see a slight refresh, especially when we're close to two years into a product's lifecycle.