Just a few hours after launching for iOS, the Pebble appstore is now available for Android users who are willing to deal with a few bugs. Read on for more!
Today Pebble officially launched its Pebble appstore for iOS users, with plans to introduce the Android version “very, very soon”. Read on for more details!
AutoPebble is a new Pebble app that allows users to customize and enhance the functionality of the Pebble smart watch, bringing Tasker-like functionality to their wrist.
Today Pebble announced that it will give more than 4,000 smartwatches to university engineering and computer science students across the country. Read on for more!
Deals for the Pebble smartwatch and the Chromecast dongle are available from online retailers including Amazon and Best Buy. Read on for more details!
The Qualcomm Toq smartwatch is now available for purchase from Qualcomm, though any new orders will have to wait at least a week before they ship. Read on for more!
Welcome back to this week’s Android Q&A. This week we talk about SD card problems, which smartwatch to get, and if the Xperia Z will get updated.
We’ll compare the three — Galaxy Gear, Pebble, and Sony Smartwatch — in a few key areas. At first glance, they all seem pretty much the same, but once you dive into the nuance, they become three very distinct choices.
Things seems to be going well for Pebble, as the company has managed to sell 275,000 smart watches to date, and customers have downloaded over 1 million apps for their devices so far. But there are still some underlying shipping issues.
Is it bulky? Well made? That’s subjective, but we will be getting our answer soon. Pebble is set to make its retail debut on July 7th!