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Galaxy S III Pebble Blue shipping now (in Vietnam)

Galaxy S III Pebble Blue shipping now (in Vietnam)

If you're on the lookout for that one special color for your Samsung Galaxy S III, that Pebble Blue you've been waiting for, you'll have to hit up your favorite Vietnamese smartphone shop as they've got it in stock this week. It's limited numbers or none for the Samsung smartphone in Pebble Blue this week, with the UK having none across the country and each other launch point - such as New Zealand - having a minor delay in the works for that color as well. Vietnam has been confirmed as getting units though, so no worries!

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Samsung Galaxy S III Pebble Blue misses launch in UK

Samsung Galaxy S III Pebble Blue misses launch in UK

Here on the launch day for the Samsung Galaxy S III in the UK we're on the scene confirming that there are literally no Pebble Blue versions (of any size) in stores throughout London and likely throughout the country. This delay was noted by several carriers before today as being a partial stoppering of Pebble Blue versions of the Galaxy S III, but today has been expanded to all versions outside the White. This has resulted in masses of customers coming into stores changing their pre-ordered devices over to the White version of the device so that they might have the smartphone in their hands today rather than waiting for weeks for the Blue version.

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Is this the Pebble Blue Galaxy S III’s big problem?

Is this the Pebble Blue Galaxy S III’s big problem?

Samsung has already blamed its "newly invented" Pebble Blue finish for shortages of the Galaxy S III in some countries, and exactly what the problem with that tricky finish could be has been revealed. While review units we've seen so far have all been Marble White, Mobile Bulgaria was sent a Pebble Blue handset that, on closer inspection, appears to have flaws in the battery cover finish that can't simply be wiped away.

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Samsung Galaxy S III Pebble Blue delayed

Samsung Galaxy S III Pebble Blue delayed

This week it's being reported by multiple sources that Samsung has had some manner of error in the production of the Blue color for their soon to be released Samsung Galaxy S III. Reports from Reddit, XDA Developers, and a Scandanavian site by the name of Tweakers have all independently reported on the delay, saying the Blue casing for the device will be delayed due to a small production error. This delay will likely not be affecting the white version of the Galaxy S III, and the blue version will still be released, just a bit later than first expected.

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Pebble smartwatch sells out after $10m raised

Pebble smartwatch sells out after $10m raised

Anyone else still using Kickstarter? Go home. The Pebble smartwatch has you utterly and completely beat. The project recently broke the $10 million mark, and while there’s still 8 days to go until the project is officially finished, all 85,000 watches have sold out. A staggering achievement, although sure to cause disappointment for those who didn’t get in on the action.

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No iPad support in Pebble smart watch

No iPad support in Pebble smart watch

E-paper smart watch and Kickstarter record-breaker Pebble won't work with the iPad out of the box, company founder Eric Migicovsky has confirmed, though the limitation doesn't look to have slowed demand for the gadget. Migicovsky revealed the omission in a reddit "Ask Me Anything" thread, as well as confirming that all of the currently 85,000-strong pre-orders will come with anti-glare and anti-scratch coatings to their plastic fascias.

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Pebble smartwatch reaches $9m: adds Bluetooth 4.0

Pebble smartwatch reaches $9m: adds Bluetooth 4.0

The Pebble smartwatch that hit Kickstarter under a month ago continues to suck in money from contributors across the world. The total has passed the $9 million mark, and before the backing has even finished, the company behind the watch has said that it will be making a last minute addition to the watch: Bluetooth 4.0 support. That’s good news, as the 4.0 standard brings with it lower power requirements.

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Pebble gets RunKeeper for apps before hardware

Pebble gets RunKeeper for apps before hardware

The Pebble watch project has gotten its first application integration confirmation from RunKeeper, a fitness application working on several mobile platforms including iOS and Android. At the Runkeeper website you're able to keep track of all you've done via your smartphone, and now you'll be able to track that information on your Pebble watch as well. The Pebble watch platform is one meant to work in tangent with your Android and iOS devices along with eink technology and will be produced later this year.

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Pebble Watch Kickstarter breaks $4.5 million

Pebble Watch Kickstarter breaks $4.5 million

The Pebble smart watch project made in hopes of attaining $100,000 on Kickstarter has continued to break records at an alarming rate, having busted the record for all-time earners on the network earlier this week and hitting $4.5 million today. This project has eInk working on a watch platform that connects with the iPhone and Android and has a massive 30 days to go before its Kickstarter campaign is complete. Are you in on the fun yet?

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