Facebook just invited the press to an event at Facebook HQ that'll show off Facebook's "new home on Android". Is this the much talked about (and denied) Facebook phone? (Facebook: Is Facebook About to Announce a Facebook Phone Running Android?
Ars Technica From Mailbox to Tweetbot: 7 iOS apps to check out this weekend Ars Technica With over 700,000 apps available in the iOS App Store, it's impossible to keep track of all the new updates coming down the line every week.
Instead of Android support, the Strata is going after the iOS crowd because of Apple opening up more phone data for Bluetooth use. Like I said with the Pebble: If you want to sell a hot smartwatch, you just need to add iPhone ...
Although I seriously doubt these things will take off into the stratosphere like the Pebble, the Cookoo watch on Kickstarter has already hit $120,000 on a $150,000 target, placing it up with the big boys in the crowdsourcing race.
Pebble, the smartwatch for your smartphone, released an early preview of its user interface on Vimeo today … including a look behind the scenes at how the massively successful crowdfunding project is building the software.
It's a good time to be Kickstarter. The crowdfunding platform has had a blockbuster year, breaking into mainstream consciousness with campaigns that raised millions of dollars, like the Pebble e-paper watch above.
Apple Insider Citrix details Apple's iOS, iWork lead in enterprise adoption Apple Insider A report by Citrix notes that Apple's iOS is not only the leading mobile platform globally, but is also experiencing the most growth in device enrollment,...
Familiar with Pebble Watch? It's Kickstarter's most successful ever project, having received over $10 million from its backers. Pebble is a smart watch that talks to your iOS or Android device, letting you access functions from ...
The Pebble E-Paper Watch from Pebble Technology originally desire to utilizing a $100,000 Kickstarter target to fund the creation of an app driven, smartphone-centric, E-Paper based watch but found themselves flying past their goal, having raised 2million dollars in pledges inside their first 28 hours.
We would wear our smartphones on our bodies if we could -- now Pebble makes that possible. Pebble is a watch that syncs to your iPhone or Android and makes your smartphone more accessible by being on your wrist.
Following the disappointing news that the InPulse team — the clever folks that raised over $3 million on Kickstarter in a matter of days — wouldn’t bring their e-paper Pebble smart watch to consumers by September (as promised), the company has...
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