Pebble’s new apps are no easier to reach than the phone in your pocket.
The smartwatch has become a valuable tool that meets some key needs during my busy day. However, we are years away from smartwatches becoming items that a broad audience will accept.
ESPN, Foursquare, Yelp and much more are about to land on your wrist.
Two crowdfunded projects that opened up new categories of devices.
Same technology, same apps — and a sleek new metal case.
The next wave of watch apps should be more useful and easier to find.
Shipped or sold, 800K units isn’t so hot for Samsung’s smartwatch.
The Kickstarter superstar just became a whole lot more useful.
Today’s quintessential smartwatch could use a few more features.
The fact that a small hardware startup can get funded and grow is a wonderful thing. Just don’t point to it as proof that the smartwatch business is exploding.
Given the popularity of Pebble smartwatch, it’ll be interesting to see how quickly its app platform gets established and, more importantly, whether larger gadget makers take notice.
After 85,000 pre-orders and over $10 million in Kickstarter pledges, the Pebble smartwatch is sold out.
Pebble is a wristwatch that connects via Bluetooth to the iPhone and Android phones, allowing it to receive caller ID, …