Perhaps not quite as elegant as the Sony, and it may be trying to do too many things, but the Omate smartwatch looks pretty powerful and slick, nonetheless. Far more robust than the Pebble, its Android OS and Arm architecture position it as a promising player in the (getting very) crowded market.
FitBit knock-off adds sleep monitoring to mix
The wearables race among the FitBitish crowd just widened with new entrant Withings (Is that With-Things? Or Wi-things? Why-things?). This time with sleep monitoring thrown in, and a…
Pebble SDK And Sports API To Spur Smartwatch App Development
WIth the SDK open to developers to incorporate into apps on both Android and iOS apps, this watch is about to get a whole lot smarter.
Grab the SDK and get going developers! Can’t wait to do more with this wearable device!
Get ready for a whole lot more Pebble. The smartwatch company just announced several software enhancements for the Pebble and a $15M Series A led by Charles River Ventures. Pebble is not going to sit around, scared of iWatch rumors. They’re plowing forward on their own accord and committed to..
mHealth-ifying Pebble should be just around the corner, now that they’ve made the SDK available. With a simple UI, customizable typefaces, and high contrast readability, the device could be a good companion device for seniors who don’t like the fiddly bits and excessive functionality on modern smartphones.