Pebble recently teased everyone on Twitter by announcing that they have some "juicy details" to tell us, and now we know what the company is up to: new Pebbles, and an interesting new accessory.
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Pebble has teased an announcement for May 24th. While the company could announce a new product, it is more likely that we might see a new software update for the current lineup.
If you've been looking to take your Pebble Time or Pebble Time Steel to the next level, you might want to have a look at the Pal Strap. The strap offers GPS and extra battery.
The smartwatch maker Pebble is to layoff 40 employees this week as it struggles to stay afloat against competition from Fitbit and Apple Watch. The company will also double down on health and fitness.
Pebble has reduced the price of its watches by 30% in Europe. The rest of the world get a $50 price cut on the Pebble Time and the Pebble Time Round. The price reductions have been made permanent.
Pebble released a new device at the top of the year, but it looks like they are back to unveil a sleeker device, the Pebble Time Round. The 'Round' will ship in November and start at $249.
Pebble has released an update for its Pebble Time smartwatch, bringing heavily requested features such as the ability to adjust the vibration, backlight and font settings.
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With the announcement of the Pebble Time, it looks like some have uncovered an app being tested internally that will possibly bring Pebble support to Windows Phone sometime in the future.
Pebble, the company behind some of the most popular smartwatches, has just unveiled a brand new watch with a color display, one week of battery life and a new notification-focused OS.
A mysterious countdown timer has appeared on Pebble's homepage. Whether the company plans to unveil new devices or a whole new software platform remains to be seen in the following days.
PlexFit is a new Pebble app that allows users of the Smartwatch to get their Google Fit information onto their device. It has step counters now, and support for bike tracking is coming soon.
Pebble has released its second update of the month, bringing its firmware to version number 2.3. The new update brings improved stability, bug fixes, and more.
Pebble has updated their firmware and iOS app to version 2.2. This update will bring some new features to the smartwatch. The update was made public today and should be available for download.
Pebble is heading to the Gamers Developers Conference to show studios that SDK 2.0 is a viable gaming platform for casual games. They are celebrating by releasing three new games on the app store
Pebble is kicking into high gear for 2014 with the announcement of its new Pebble Steel, a new smartwatch made out of premium materials, yet fully compatible with Pebble apps and software.
Folks have been anxiously waiting for the Kickstarter funded Pebble smartwatch and it's finally here. The devices will start shipping on January 23rd but there are almost 100.000 backorders as of now.
The Pebble iPhone and Android connected wristwatch, which raised $10 million in its Kickstarter campaign earlier this year, won't launch its first shipment in September as promised.
The Kickstarter campaign for the Pebble wristwatch has now sold out of its 85,000 pre-orders for Kickstarter backers. With eight days to go, it has now raised over $10 million
Pebble's Kickstarter campaign for its iPhone and Android connected wristwatch has become the highest funded Kickstarter project ever, with over $4.4m in pledges - and there's still 30 days to go.
2 days ago, an ambitious 6-man team from Palo Alto hoped to get $100,000 worth of pledges for their upcoming product, Pebble. Now with over 2 million dollars pledged, it's easy to see why.