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The platform, started up by a former Pebbler and endorse by former CEO Eric Migicovsky, is now trying to get fans to import their data by June 30.
On this week's show: the flagship smartphones of 2018 begin to reveal themselves in mysterious ways and the app and ecosystem shutdowns that flew by.
If you own a Pebble product, you'll be able to take $50 off a new Ionic. And soon, you'll have more of a reason to drop your Time Round or Steel.
The app store has reportedly been getting doubtful glances from third-party developers and even Spotify. Will Fitbit make it up by the fall?
We discuss that aspect as well as our review process for lacking coverage in that specific aspect and, of course, Burger King. All in this week's show!
Similar in design to the fitness-centric Blaze, but with GPS support and extra smarts in tow, Fitbit's full-on smartwatch isn't ready for primetime yet.
Fitbit still has some work to do to ensure Pebble watches will work 6 or 12 months from now, but cloud reliance is gradually being decreased.
So, forget the whole MWC 2017 thing, let's just do a whole podcast on Snapchat Spectacles, LTE-U and Android Pocky. How's about that?
You might be a fan of the little guy in technology. Maybe you’re simply looking for an alternative to the giants in the industry. Either way, it has been a rough couple of months. Three pretty popular companies have gone the way of the dodo since December. Pebble was the first to fall to FitBit. Not to be outdone by its competitor, Vector got itself gobbled up by what has become the Sarlac Pit of technology – or would it be a Rancor? Finally not too long ago, Nextbit – those of the plucky Robin were purchased by gaming giant, Razor. Which leaves us all asking, what’s a startup to [...]
A sluggish holiday quarter and an overall sluggish year is the word from Fitbit. But the company did come away from 2016 with some new assets it can use.
No numbers have been detailed. The company is expected to give a downbeat overview of its fourth quarter performance on January 30.
Believe it or not, wearable tech veteran Jawbone is not desperate enough... just yet to accept any acquisition offer from arch-nemesis Fitbit.
Wearable market leader Fitbit continues its acquisition spree by adding Vector's software expertise to a portfolio also consisting of former Pebble assets.
2016 was certainly a tumultuous year for many tech companies, but these are the industry's five biggest winners and five biggest losers in our opinion.
Samsung fights Verizon over disabling the Note 7 and Nokia launches a phone which North Americans won't buy. Time for the #PNWeekly Podcast episode 231!
Many of the core apps on Pebble OS utilize cloud services, so the goal is to dismantle those links. Third-party services will have to wind down.
On our podcast, we rip into Fitbit's handling of its acquisition of Pebble and look into our crystal balls (as if we don't do that enough) on Apple.
The smartwatch maker calls it quits in an abrupt fashion, leaving many without a fancy new smartwatch and a long refunding process ahead.
Wearable market leader Fitbit is almost certainly closing in on buying smartwatch pioneer Pebble, but only for the latter's software "assets."
Is FitBit buying Pebble? Will OnePlus fix 3T touch latency and deliver a fast Nougat update? Will HP release another Windows Phone? We discuss in our podcast!
FitBit is looking to buy Pebble for $40 million. We look at the implications of the Pebble deal and what it could mean for the future of wearables.
Fitbit has been on a good streak, but is worried about product engagement. Pebble has great engagement, but no money. Will it be a match?
The $130 HR monitor-including Pebble 2 wearable is widely available for pre-orders now, while the lower-end, lower-cost 2 SE is due out next month.