Pebble has announced the Time Steel model of its second generation smartwatch, which is now listed on Kickstarter.
Pebble has just announced that the developer preview for the Pebble SDK 3.0 is now available. Developers can now begin crafting their new apps for the Pebble Time with support for new hardware features like a color screen and a built-in microphone.
As expected, the true successor to the Pebble has now arrived. Dubbed the Pebble Time, the new watch is available through Kickstarter and brings several improvements to the table.
An image found of Pebble’s website may give us the first glimpse at the company’s new smartwatch.
Hello fans, here are the biggest news in the world of Android this week. In typical Samsung fashion, we’ve been treated with a slew of mouthwatering teasers for the upcoming Galaxy S6 – Samsung is strongly hinting to a metal and glass design, and the company also alluded to built-in wireless charging. HTC went easier on the teasers, but the surprise may be spoiled anyway by a listing of the M9 on a German’s retailer website. In non-flagship news, the Pebble team announced a major update, new chips were unveiled by Samsung and Qualcomm, and LG introduced the elegant Watch Urbane.
The Pebble homepage currently has a timer counting down to end next Tuesday. The company is rumored to launch a new Pebble watch with a thinner design, bigger screen and colorful e-paper display.
After first arriving to the beta version of the Pebble app, Pebble 2.3 has now hit the stable channel, bringing support for Android Wear apps and notifications to the watch.
Do you have a smartwatch on right now? If not, why do you think that is so? These are questions that the Android Authority podcast team explore in this edition of the Friday Debate Podcast,... episode 4! Lanh Nguyen of the YouTube team joins host Joshua Vergara and co-hosts Joseph Hindy and Jonathan Feist to talk about wearables – in particular, smartwatches – and why they migh...
Tech superpowers like Samsung, LG, Sony and Motorola have been cranking out smartwatches faster than they can sell them. So why aren’t consumers biting? Here’s my take.
Pebble’s CEO has announced that the company sold more than 1 million smartwatches so far and has plans for a new software platform in 2015.