Does the smartwatch have a place on your wrist? Will it empty your pockets of that smartphone? We take a look at what could be.
Leaked images of a Samsung smartwatch – the Galaxy Watch? – have been leaked showing the device running a non-Android OS.
A plug-in app called Pebble Notifier let users send any notification to the smartwatch, and not only the ones supported out of the box by the device.
The Galaxy S4 family may contain three devices: Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 mini and a companion smartwatch, new report says.
What happens when you take a smartphone and shrink it down to something so small that you can put it on your wrist? You get the Neptune Pine, the ultimate geek’s toy.
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.
There are plenty of smartwatches out there capable of offering plenty of features on top of telling the date and time, but there’s always room for newcomers in a market that has great potential for device makers.
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.
Pebble have stated that they are “planning a big announcement” at CES on Wednesday 9th January. If you are one of the 68,929 supporters who backed Pebble on Kickstarter, you’ll be able to catch the announcement live on their website at 9am PST. My money is on a launch announcement.
While there has not been another statement or indication from the company concerning the status of the watch, this does bode well for everyone looking to get their hands on one.