10 day battery life with steel
Pebble said it would have a few surprises in store after it launched its new Pebble Time watch on Kickstarter last week.…
Private app for now
This week’s Kickstarter darling, the Pebble Time smartwatch, has much to offer — if you use an iPhone or Android handset, that…
Your schedule on your wrist
After teasing us with a week-long countdown, Pebble introduced its new Pebble Time smartwatch on Tuesday. The revamped hardware includes a color…
A new take on smartwatches
Don’t look now, but Pebble is about to build upon the successes of its current smartwatch with a new product and completely different…
Sony is no stranger to the smartwatch game having released a trio of models in the last three years. None use an e-paper screen so the company is reportedly planning one for 2015 that focuses more on style than too many features.
You won’t need a third-party app to push all of your Android notifications to a Pebble watch going forward. Pebble revamped its native app to support any notifications, giving you full choice of what notifications you want on your wrist.
A French blog claims to have Apple Watch pricing information with the gold edition starting at $4,000. That cost, as well as the stainless steel price, actually makes sense if you consider the Apple Watch to be a luxury brand timepiece.
Misfit’s newest wearable computing partner is sleep-focused. It’s a skinny strip of sensors meant to permanently rest on a bed.
Even as wearables and connected environments gain popularity, smartphones will play an increasingly important role in people’s lives. Fjord CEO Olof Schybergson explains why the smartphone is not going away anytime soon.
I snapped this picture of an iControl employee wearing a Pebble and showing off Time Warner Cable’s(s twc) connected home app on…
With the same internals and features as its predecessor, the bigger question about Pebble Steel is exactly that: How big is it? Here’s a visual comparison of the Steel next to the Galaxy Gear, MotoACTV and mechanical watches I often wear.
Pebble, the little e-paper watch that could, gets a bold new look with Pebble Steel: A watch with premium stainless steel materials that could appeal to those who wear more traditional timepieces.
Pebble plans to provide one-stop shopping for smartwatch apps in the Pebble appstore early next year. Developers get an early look now and can start working with Pebble to prep their apps in seven unique app store categories.
The app lets users check their balances and recent transactions without needing to fire up their smartphones or browsers.
What does it take for smart wearables to go mainstream? More than you’d think. Not only do the products have to be useful on a daily basis, but they also need the right blend of software support and user experience so they don’t disrupt daily workflow.
Athletic apparel company is launching a new smartwatch for runners that will retail for $399 and go on sale Nov. 1.
Founder Eric Migicovsky said the wrist is an easy place for wearables, as it is a familiar place for technology and able to blend into the average wearer’s lifestyle.
Dragon Innovation has helped startups behind the Pebble Watch and the Sphero build their products. Now it has raised $2.3 million to help other hardware companies get their ideas funded.
Samsung’s recent U.S. trademark application for the Samsung Galaxy Gear suggests the company is at work on a smartwatch.
Smartwatches are set for exploding growth in 2014: up from 500,000 shipments this year to a whopping 5 million says Canalys. Why is the time right? All of the major tech players are expected to begin the fight for your wrist.
As the smartwatch market gains momentum, it’s not yet clear if consumers want second screens for their phones or standalone devices. Perhaps that’s why Microsoft is reportedly planning to include an LTE radio in its next wearable.
Few products funded by crowdsourcing ever see the light of day, let alone store shelves of a major retailer. Pebble continues to buck the odds with its smartwatch, working an exclusive deal to sell the wearable at Best Buy.
Owners of the Pebble ePaper watch have a new app available for their wrist today. The promised integration with RunKeeper is here, showing pace, distance and more on the wrist.
It’s been a long wait for the Pebble watch software development kit and now it’s here. Developers can start creating app for the unique smartwatch that works with both iPhones and Android handsets.
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It was a long time coming, but the Pebble e-paper watch is finally shipping after a few months of delays. The e-paper watch works with phones running iOS and Android, lasting a week per charge. Two new sensors are inside the Pebble to provide extra functions.
Eric Migicovsky, the man behind the Pebble watch, is not simply interested in the money he’s raising from his record-setting Kickstarter campaign. He’s more interested in how it’s helping create an ecosystem around Pebble’s app platform, which will support developers and make the watch more useful.
A Kickstarter project to bring a new smartwatch to market blew through its $100,000 funding goal in its first day, and two hours later it crossed the $200,000 mark. What’s so unique about the Pebble E-Paper Watch? It works with both Android devices and the iPhone.