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Wearable market leader Fitbit is almost certainly closing in on buying smartwatch pioneer Pebble, but only for the latter's software "assets."
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.
Time isn't exactly on the first-gen Pebble Time's side anymore, but the cross platform-supporting smartwatch makes up for its age with low pricing.
If you favor style over functionality, and don't mind waiting until September, the Pebble Time Round can be had in premium gold and silver finishes at $200.
Always keen to innovate, try out new things and discover unique technologies, Pebble has a couple of neat software tricks up its sleeve for its fans today.
The Pebble 2 is already a steal at the “starting price” of $99 for backing their Kickstarter or even their advertised retail price of $129.
Yet again, Pebble takes to Kickstarter to preview not one, not two, but three wearable devices this time around, including a cellular-enabled 'magic button'
If Pebble can’t convince me that they have a bright future, how in the hell can they convince the everyday “Joe” to buy one?
We're feeling really tempted to part with $90 and take advantage of this Pebble Time deal.
Pebble is updating its cross-platform family of smartwatches with a number of functionality and stability improvements for both iOS and Android.
There's a new set of $50 Pebble Time price cuts, and the discount's good even if you placed your order over a month ago.
A simple and very traditional-looking "smart strap" aims to bring mobile payment support to the Pebble Time, Time Steel, and Time Round in July.
Big updates are hitting Pebble smartwatches today, with Pebble Health debuting for Time models, and the new timeline UI coming to first-gen Pebbles.
If your iPhone is on AT&T, and you also use a compatible Pebble Time, Time Steel or Round, you can now answer iOS messages with your voice from the wrist.
Updated December 9: The Nexus 6 has been dropped from the Google Store.
Step back from the food court, I repeat, step back from the food court. Move away from the deals. Seriously, though, you might be on a sales safari come this weekend or a cyber chase on Monday. If you’re the type of person to give away phones and smartwatches for the holidays, though, it helps to actually consider what you’re getting and how it fits the person you’re getting it for.
Like a sommelier does with wine, we’re given you our suggestions on what phones to look for when [...]
Black Friday also comes early to Pebble, as the smartwatch legend already sells the Time at $130, down from $200, and Time Steel at $200 ($50 off).
Is now the right time to pick up a smartwatch? With the new Pebble Time sale in effect, you might want to make up your mind soon.
Learn more about how Pebble is bringing Voice Dictation for the Pebble Time to third party developers as of a new update starting today
The Microsoft Band 2 is arguably better than the 2014 original, but it has trouble setting itself apart from both rival smartwatches and fitness trackers.
On today's Pocketnow Weekly: LG and Microsoft fire up for fall; Nextbit launches a cloud-based smartphone; and Amazon starts selling, yes, tablet six packs.
IFA 2015 was apparently, at least in Hayato Huseman’s eyes, all about the wearables. We glimpsed into the Samsung Gear S2, the Huawei Watch, the second-generation Moto 360 and quite a few others. This comes after a rather tepid introduction period for Android Wear as a platform and terrific, but not quite analysts’-expectations-terrific sales for the Apple Watch. With all that said, the people at research firm IDC think that timidity to buying a smartwatch might just burn off.
First of all, the growth in the general wearables market continues on with a forecast 76.1 [...]
Learn about all the extra ways you can customize your smartwatch experience with this week's new Pebble Time firmware.
It's easy to have a personalized Pebble Time experience and it goes beyond the watch face. Check out what I'm packing on my Pebble and start customizing!