Remember when Apple Watch was still being hyped and was not yet rolled out? Tim Cook was so confident about the new device that he said it will replace our car keys. When Apple Watch’s pricing was announced, even Swiss watchmakers were a tad worried about the impact the smartwatch would have on their industry. […]
One of the more common arguments I’ve heard against buying the Apple Watch in its current form is that you should wait for the second version. After all, everyone knows that the first model of any Apple product comes with limitations and missing features which will most certainly be addressed with a new model down the […]
I suppose that is to be expected. It’s Apple after all, and with the hype that the company can whip up, people simply can’t afford to ignore whatever new device Apple is coming up with. In a survey conducted by Global Web Index for the first quarter of 2015, data on “ownership and usage figures […]
Taking potshots at Apple seems to be the in thing today. From Samsung making ad after ad after ad to #Bendgate tweets (from brands and “common” people alike), it doesn’t look like Apple’s going to get a break any time soon. Especially with its big mistakes with iOS 8. Now, Pebble has entered the arena […]
The love story between the Pebble smartwatch and myself was a short-lived one, leading to the kind of disappointment that only comes from expectations that are too high – in this case, my expectations. If you’ve had a similar experience, and you are putting your hopes on the iWatch, recent developments with the Pebble Steel […]
Reading between the lines of the big headlines from CES, there are five lessons and trends where the tech industry is tipping its hand regarding Apple. Even though Apple wasn’t at CES, here’s what the trade show teaches us about the Cupertino giant.
Okay, maybe we’re getting a little obsessed with Pebble. (Only because it’s the best smartwatch idea ever.) But this news is way too juicy to pass up: when it ships, Pebble will work with another Kickstarter-funded wireless device called Twine. Which opens up the possibilities for both devices in wildly creative ways.
“Pebble” may be a dumb name, but it’s a killer idea: a smartwatch that connects to your iPhone via Bluetooth, uses an e-ink display for long battery life, and even comes with a free SDK so devs can make their own apps for it.