If you're sporting an Android Wear smartwatch, chances are that it is running Android 7.0 underneath, powering Android Wear 2.0, but the Oreo 8.0 update has started rolling out.
Want to put a 4G SIM card into your smartwatch? Then Huawei’s Android Wear 2.0 watch is the first to let you do it with Vodafone down under from 16 August.
With smart watches and mobiles, people now expect to see their content and settings — regardless of the screen size — carry over from the desktop to each platform for a truly contiguous experience.
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Thanks Sam. You have shown that the problem with Huawei gear is not about security but about politics. Unfortunately Australia,[…]
Ok here’s the difference. Huawei banned by Australian Government. Panda not. So why pursue the corporate?