It's going to get really tough for Pebble, the company. LG, HTC, Samsung and Motorola are all charging into the wearables space.
Others expected to release Android Wear-powered smartwatches include LG, Asus, HTC and Samsung. The big question: Why is Apple not already leading this market?
I've been testing the 2.0 Beta for a few weeks and seen great improvements. So far, the final release is running without a hitch.
On the matter of the delayed Android update Pebble notes that there are over 1000 Android devices on more than 27 different versions and "flavors" of Android 4.x. F-r-a-g-m-e-n-t-a-t-i-o-n anyone?
Watch out Pebble & Mickey. Here comes: Samsung, Sony, LG (with Google), Martian, Meta, Razer, Neptune, i'm Watch (?), and, of course, Cookoo (again, ?). Wearables are hot.
Studying this Casio clone--with too much obsession for my wife's comfort--waves of nostalgia crashed over me. Back to the Future!
Geek chic. Here's 5 watchfaces you must try on your new Pebble smartwatch.
HTC is apparently working on a watch based on the Qualcomm Toq smartwatch and platform. Battery life and display issues mean we likely won't see it until Christmas.
The last time I was this excited about a watch it was 1985, I was sporting a skinny white leather tie, dancing to Duran Duran's The Reflex, and wearing a Swatch.
The wearable computing market is expected to be $1.5 billion in 2014. With its new $249 smartwatch, Palo Alto-based Pebble leapfrogs the competition.