The cool thing about the Pebble is its ability to have third party apps, and we've compiled the ones you've got to have. It can only hold a few apps, so we've picked our eight favorite apps, games, and watchfaces for you to choose from.
The Pebble Time Steel was just unveiled on stage at MWC by CEO, Eric Migicovsky. It's another version of the recently launched Pebble Time and is available for pre-order at Kickstarter now.
Smartwatch maker Pebble is planning something for February 24, and has placed a countdown timer on its website to make sure we're suitably excited about it. There's a chance it'll reveal a new challenger to the Apple Watch.
Even taking into account Pebble's widely successful Kickstarter campaign for the original Pebble smartwatch, the company might be facing financial problems, forcing it to turn to a bank for help.
Pebble has shut the doors on its Kickstarter for the new Time and Time Steel smartwatches, and it's another record-breaking campaign for the small company. Shipping is due to begin in May.
According to Pebble, plenty of developers are already working on smartstraps for its new Pebble Time smartwatch. To focus minds a little more, the startup announced Thursday it's offering financial support for the best ideas from a new $1-million fund.
You might think the arrival of the Apple Watch is bad news for the plucky independent Pebble — but it looks like interest in Apple's wearable has actually boosted Pebble Kickstarter sales.
Now that smartphones all look and work the same, wearables represent the unlimited, untapped potential of what electronics can do.
Day two has come and gone in Barcelona, where 2015’s Mobile World Congres (MWC) show is in full swing. And amid the tapas plates and tangos, we’ve seen a helluva lot of amazing technology. Here are some of the highlights from the biggest mobile tech…
While it's not the mind-boggling number some might have expected, 720,000 Android Wear smartwatches shipped last year, according to research firm Canalys. Considering Android Wear officially launched last June, this is not that bad of a number.
Pebble says it's sold more than one million smartwatches so far. The company also hinted at its future plans for new watches and an improved operating system, which will have a very different look to the existing software.
What happened to the hottest wearables from last year’s CES? Join us as we look back at what became of the hype.
Pebble firmware 2.3 introduces actionable notifications, which lets owners of Android 4.0+ devices interact with alerts straight from their wrist.
Pebble has updated its standard Android app, adding in system-wide notifications, where previously a third-party app had to be used. Additionally, there's support for special characters, making the watch even more useful for international owners.
Pebble announced that the original Pebble smartwatch will now cost $100. In addition, Pebble detailed firmware update 2.6, which throws in sleep and activity tracking.