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Car maker Nissan has joined the burgeoning smartwatch scene, announcing that it’s created a biometric reader to combine personal health stats with those of your… car. So you can track man and machine from the same device.
Disregarding my opinion that smartwatches (unless they’re the Pebble, or something as intuitive and elegantly-executed) can all be tossed in a skip and set on fire, I’m actually really impressed after a brief play with the Qualcomm Toq (pronounced “talk”, not “toc”). Dubbed “the anti-Galaxy Gear” (by us), such is the stripped-down nature of what’s crammed inside the 1.5-inch display, it’s more of a pimped-out watch than Dick Tracy phonewatch. And that’s a good thing, before you ask.
Haven’t had your fill of action blockbusters yet? Good, because here’s one more to get hyped for. It’s the film adaptation of Ender’s Game, the futuristic man-versus-bug in space tale. You know: that old chestnut.
OurSay is about to live-stream The Communications Debate: a showdown on national broadband policy between Communications Minister Stephen Conroy and his Shadow Liberal opposite, Malcolm Turnbull. The best part — besides all the feelings we’re likely to see — is that it’s live-streaming on the web. Watch along with us!
The next instalment in The Hunger Games franchise comes out in November, and at the MTV Movie Awards today the first trailer for the film Catching Fire was premiered. Get in here and have a look.
The day is finally here! Today we found out all the news about the Galaxy S IV. No more rumours or speculation. Get in here and read how it’s all going down in Times Square, New York City.