Announced at the beginning of this week, Pebble Steel is the “premium” edition of popular smartwatch – Pebble. Costing one-hundred bucks more than the Kickstarter version, and despite the initial success of the product, the firm noted that it wanted to create something that “cranked the style dial to 11.”
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The words of New York Times’ editors Brian Chen and Nick Wingfield, as the duo aim to highlight that the droves of companies currently showing-off their latest innovations in the consumer television space at this year’s CES, may be missing one golden fact: nobody needs a new television anymore.
What do you get when the world’s most valuable company is rumoured to be working on a larger, more capable iPad? … Damage control, that’s what. And that’s exactly what Samsung appears to have engaged in at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
Question: What happens when you’re the biggest movie director in Hollywood, just about to introduce Samsung’s flagship line of smart curved HDTVs at the world’s largest technology expo, and then the teleprompters fail?
Wrapping up its live announcement at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show just over an hour ago, Pebble Technology has tonight announced the newest addition to the Pebble smartwatch family. Pebble Steel is described as the “gold-standard” in smartwatch offerings available for both iOS and Android, and brings with it a …
If you received a Samsung tablet over the holidays, chance are you weren’t the only one. The company is thought to have shifted a staggering 40 Million tablet devices during fiscal 2013, with predictions for tablet sales this year expected to be even higher.
The world’s largest consumer electronics expo is about to open its doors yet again, tomorrow – and with competition in the industry having never been stiffer, it’s clear that the companies attending the show, this year, will have to pull something big out of the proverbial bag if they want …
Polaroid, one of the first companies to pioneer personal digital cameras, is about to shift its focus to the television. According to a report by TechRampage, the company is planning to show off its brand-new, 4K ultra HD TV at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. It’s price? – $999.99.
Speculation has long been swirling that Apple may be looking to enter the “wearables” market. That is, the market of wearable technology. Specifically speaking, the emerging market of wrist wear. While reports regarding the company’s involvement in developing such products still appear to be bubbling, though, this weekend we learn …
Publishing Update 48 to its official Kickstarter page, Pebble Technology has tonight announced that it will be hosting a “special” announcement at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. CES is largely considered one of the biggest technology expos on the planet, so it only seems right that the makers of the …
Sharing the app’s official artwork for the first time yesterday, Pebble Technology has confirmed this week that its official app, for use in conjunction with its ‘Pebble’ smartwatch, will be available for download on the App Store before the first deliveries of the watch begin arriving on doorsteps around the …
Those of you who tuned into Pebble’s press conference held at CES 2013 on Wednesday, will likely have noticed (almost immediately) that the company was experiencing issues with the colour profile on the camera being used to live-stream the event to those watching around the world. Unfortunately for the company, …
It appears Ubuntu Phone OS isn’t the only new mobile OS making an appearance at this year’s CES. Mozilla has also been spotted showing off an (albeit, very early) developer preview of its Boot2Gecko OS, (otherwise known as Firefox Phone OS), at the show.
One of the first accessories on the market to support new, 80%-smaller ‘Lightning’ dock connector now found on Apple’s iPhone 5, iPad Mini and iPad 4, CultofMac reports that Samson is this week flaunting its rotatable camera/mic accessory for Apple’s iPhone, which wants to put portrait-taking video front and center.
Announced at CES 2013, Liquipel – a company which has invested years of research and development into the producing of a new “nano-coating” designed for mobile devices, (which aims to completely water-proof any device it is used on), is showing off the second-generation of the technology this week.
As the Consumer Electronics Show continues to amaze us with its (seemingly never-ending) cutting-edge product announcements, Stuff Magazine reports this week that researchers at Queen’s University in Canada have, in fact, created a fully-working, paper-thin display.
Pebble Begins Shipping To Backers, January 23. Here’s Everything Else You Need To Know – [UPDATED X2: Colour Fix]
Good news for those of you out there who backed Pebble‘s bluetooth-enabled smartwatch towards the end of last year. The company announced at its first-ever presser held at CES tonight, that the smartwatch will begin shipping to all 65,000 of the project’s committed backers – January 23.
Ford Releases Software Development Kit … For Its Cars. Asks Developers To Start Developing For Its App Store, Today!
That’s right. Car manufacturer Ford shocked those in attendance at the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas this week, with Chief Technical Officer and Vice President of Ford Research and Innovation, Paul Mascarenas, announcing on stage a full-blown software development kit for Ford’s many automobile products.