After finally shipping out the remainder of its Kickstarter orders, Pebble is finally ready to start shipping Jet Black and Cherry Red pre-orders.
A report by Credit Suisse has deemed the wearable technology market could be worth up to $50 billion in the next few years. They note the current market for wearable technology is $3-5 billion, making for a tenfold market increase in a very short time. Are you interested in wearable technology? We want to know!
If you’ve ordered a black Pebble watch and you haven’t received it so far, you should be happy to hear that the remaining orders are shipping to customers now.
A speedy new firmware update from Pebble ensures that further shutdown issues won’t crop up. But sadly it won’t fix the problem for watches which are already affected.
A small number of unlucky Pebble smartwatch owners have ran into a pretty serious problem with their new watches. What’s the issue? Apparently after shutting down the watch, it is failing to turn back on.
Pebble is preparing to ship out their first 500 watches today. The initial deliveries will be made to the 85,000+ users who backed the project on Kickstarter.
Check out our roundup of the juiciest news from day 3 of CES. Our team of mobile aficionadas is still hard at work looking at the new Android-powered devices on show, interviewing company representatives, and creating versus videos.
As announced during the company’s press event in Las Vegas, Pebble will start shipping out its e-paper smartwatch to Kickstarter supporters on January 23.
We got some bad news for folks who have backed the Pebble smartwatch project on Kickstarter expecting the e-ink wristwatch to arrive before the turn of the year. After announcing back in July that the team won’t be able to ship the Pebble as targeted in September, the delivery date has been pushed back again.
If you were planning to show off your pre-ordered Pebble smartwatch to friends and family by September, you’d better have a back-up plan. The shipment for Kickstarter’s golden project has been pushed back from its initial September date. The delay is likely due to overwhelming orders for the E-Ink watch. As explained on Pebble’s Kickstarter page, the team initially only expect to manufacture 1,000 Pebbles before they launched the project on Kickstarter. To go from that number to producing over 85,000 units of the smartwatch is no easy feat to accomplish. While the team also said that they are “sticking pretty…