Smartwatch sales in Australia have boomed in the first half of 2016, up 89 per cent on the same period last year.
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Cryptography researchers at MIT and Harvard have developed software called Sieve that is designed to help users keep track of encrypted personal data and better manage it in the cloud.
Driving contextual apps, moving beyond pure augmented and virtual reality, and more industry applications is where wearable computing is heading in 2016, according to analysts.
Only 205,000 smartwatches were sold in Australia in the first half of 2015, despite heavy promotions around the devices.
UC San Diego researchers have developed a magnetic-field network to link wearable devices through the user's body.
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