This week in your world of Android: news of Quad HD phones emerged, the Pebble grabbed the spotlight, the first wood Moto X finally launched, Android 4.3 updates hit a bunch of devices, LG announced the first Chrome OS all-in-one PC, rumors of a Note Pro tablet surfaced, and Cyanogen shared some great news.
The Pebble ecosystem was in dire need of a centralized place where developers could post their applications for the benefit of users. That place is the Pebble Appstore, announced today and opening to users in early 2014.
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!
Apple, if all reports are correct, now has two manufacturers for their watch, and a team of 100-plus engineers working on the device.
Why is Samsung building a smartwatch now? Sure, it’s not the first time the Korean conglomerate is dabbling into making wrist-worn computers. But the context is favorable now. Here’s why.
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.
After finally shipping out the remainder of its Kickstarter orders, Pebble is finally ready to start shipping Jet Black and Cherry Red pre-orders.
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.