The latest Pebble beta brings support for Android Wear-ready apps, giving Pebble users actionable notifications as result.
The original Pebble and Pebble Steel smartwatches will be available through O2 and Currys/PC World stores in the UK sometime next month.
Pebble has now officially announced that it is slashing down its watch to just $99.99, while also introducing new sleep and activity tracking functionality.
Interested in picking up a decent smartwatch on the cheap? While it might not be Android Wear, the Pebble is still a solid choice and at $99.99 it’s extremely affordable as well.
Join us as we take a look at how the Android Wear platform compares to the more established Pebble.
Pebble has announced three new bright, fun limited edition colors to the mix, priced at the same $150 mark as its existing standard model watch.
According to Pebble, the company managed to sale 400,000 smartwatches last year, a pretty solid number considering the company is still rather new to the smarwatch market.
While the Pebble appstore has been available in beta form since early last month, today the Pebble 2.0 app and accompanying firmware are leaping out of beta and onto the stable track!
Pebble engineer Kean Wong has explained two key issues for the delayed launch of its Android App Store: the complicated nature of Android development and a lack of resources.
In case you missed it, Flappy Bird is no more, but its clones are running amok in the Google Play Store, ready to cash in on the now-missing phenomenon, and at least... one app puts the insanely hard game on your Pebble.
The Flappy Bird clone is called Tiny Bird, and it’s now available in the Pebble appstore for free. The game is basically the same as the origi...