About a year ago, I came across a project on the crowd-funding site Kickstarter. Let’s be clear. It wasn’t the first project I’d backed on the site, so I knew what I was (potentially) getting into when I clicked that ‘Back this project’ button.
First promised as a feature of the Kickstarter-born smartwatch some time ago, after entering an intensive testing period at both RunKeeper and Pebble HQ, the official RunKeeper app was earlier this week (finally)
As speculation continues to mount regarding what Apple’s next iPhone may bring to the table, a new concept for Apple’s “iPhone 6” has surfaced today which suggests the Cupertino, CA company could not only extend the reach of the smartphone’s display to almost touch both outer sides, but that Apple (if it so chooses) could also get rid of the iPhone‘s “Home Button” – altogether.
The company behind the most-successful Kickstarter campaign, ever, has this week released a major bug fix update for its smartwatch – the Pebble.