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inPulse smartwatch gets Facebook Places check-in for Android devices

inPulse smartwatch gets Facebook Places check-in for Android devices

Facebook is certainly a cool service, but I don't think the people that know me want to know where I am at all times. I am not a user of Facebook Places, but I know many folks that are. If you are a major Facebook Places fan that happens to own an Android smartphone, a new app for the inPulse smartwatch has been unveiled that you might make you want to wear a watch again.

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inPulse smartwatch one step closer to release

inPulse smartwatch one step closer to release

It's taking a while, but the inPulse smartwatch for BlackBerry handsets is one step closer to commercial launch, with the news that the components have now turned up ready for assembly.  The smartwatch basically hooks up to your BlackBerry via Bluetooth and acts as a remote wireless display: you can preview the ID of incoming calls, see message headers and manage alarms without having to take your phone out of your pocket.

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Pebble smartwatch: CEO Eric Migocovsky talks Kickstarter loyalty and more with SlashGear

Pebble smartwatch: CEO Eric Migocovsky talks Kickstarter loyalty and more with SlashGear

With $10m in the Kickstarter bank and a product shipping in two weeks time, Pebble was arguably the king of the crowdsourcers in 2012. The smartwatch already has us tempted after our hands-on, so we caught up with Pebble CEO Eric Migocovsky to talk lessons-learned from the original InPulse model, the process of growing a company in the public eye, and what's next in the smartwatch's future.

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inPulse BlackBerry Bluetooth watch up for preorder; won’t ship until Feb 2010

inPulse BlackBerry Bluetooth watch up for preorder; won’t ship until Feb 2010

The leaked inPulse Bluetooth watch for BlackBerry smartphones spotted earlier this month has been officially launched, with manufacturer Allerta offering the wireless timepiece for preorder.  $149 gets you a 1.3-inch OLED display that can show previews of emails, SMS and other messages, together with incoming call details and alarms, helping you to decide whether or not to whip your BlackBerry out of your pocket.

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Sony Ericsson LiveView is Bluetooth mini-display for Android 2.x phones [Video] [Updated]

Sony Ericsson LiveView is Bluetooth mini-display for Android 2.x phones [Video] [Updated]

Sony Ericsson has announced a micro-display for Android 2.x smartphones, the LiveView, with a 1.3-inch 128 x 128 color OLED screen.  Hooking up to your phone via Bluetooth (with a roughly 10m range) and intended to be left on your desk, clipped to your bag strap or even worn, watch-style, on a wristband, the Sony Ericsson LiveView can show SMS, RSS, Twitter and Facebook updates, and be used to control music playback.

Video demo after the cut, plus Updated with phone compatibility information

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