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Want to bring your Pebble smartwatch back from the dead, after the June 30 official service shutdown? Rebble is here to help. It will help reinstate many of the best features you love about the Pebble watch.
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Mobile and wearable accessory vendor Nomad is offering free chargers for Pebble owners after Pebble announced it was shutting down due to an acquisition by Fitbit. Nomad's chargers were supposed to sell for $15.
In a blog post, Pebble said it would ensure that existing smartwatch owners wouldn't shut down existing software after its acquisition by Fitbit. It will work to migrate server-side apps and services in the coming year.
Fitbit recently announced its acquisition of Pebble, and while it claims that it's aim was to get its hands on Pebble's software, all signs point to a new Fitbit smartwatch at some point in the future.
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Pebble's introducing a massive software update with a new Pebble Health app, revamped Timeline interface, slicker launcher, and more in tow. It's scheduled to hit the Pebble time, Pebble Time Steel, Pebble Time Round in the coming days.
Pebble's 2016 lineup is halfway through its Kickstarter campaign, but Pebble's not done for the year yet. The company just launched a limited edition Pebble Time Round, which could be the best-looking Pebble yet.
Pebble just wants you to be happy. So much so that it's launching the 'Happiness' app, and publishing all of its health tracking algorithms to encourage developers and third parties to suggest changes on how to make things better.
Pebble's new clip-on Core wearable is gaining a new feature ahead of its 2017 launch: voice-assistance chops courtesy of Amazon's Alexa. It'll be able to use many of the same skills and features as Amazon's Echo hardware.