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Pebble Fresh, Hot and Fly limited edition smartwatches land

Pebble Fresh, Hot and Fly limited edition smartwatches land

Pebble is getting its Swatch on, with a new trio of limited edition smartwatches - dubbed Fresh, Hot, and Fly - for those who want something more vibrant on their wrist. The lime green (Fresh), bright pink (Hot), and baby blue (Fly) versions have exactly the same functionality as the original Pebble, but get new face colors and matching straps.

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Endomondo Sports Tracker on iPhone gets Pebble app

Endomondo Sports Tracker on iPhone gets Pebble app

After endless requests, Endomondo has announced the release of a Pebble app for the Endomondo Sports Tracker on iPhone. The company promises that support for Android will be arriving this year, though when hasn't been stated.

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Pebble World Cup 2014 app keeps fans in the loop

Pebble World Cup 2014 app keeps fans in the loop

Can't get enough of the World Cup? If you have a Pebble smartwatch on your wrist, it can help you stay up to date on the latest and greatest news, giving you a glimpse of scores and more. How? Using the World Cup 2014 app for Pebble.

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Pebble adds Misfit watchface for fitness tracking

Pebble adds Misfit watchface for fitness tracking

Wearable firm Misfit has inked a deal with Pebble to turn the smartwatch into a fitness tracker, allowing users to monitor their steps and activity direct from a new watchface. The free Pebble app, available today, is also joined by an updated Misfit app for iPhone, which pulls in even more information from the smartwatch.

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Honeywell evohome thermostats add Pebble control

Honeywell evohome thermostats add Pebble control

Honeywell's new Lyric isn't the only smart thermostat system the HVAC company offers, with its evohome Smart Zoning Thermostat gaining support for Pebble in a new update. Wearers of the smartwatch will be able to remotely control each individual thermostat from their wrist, among other things.

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Pebble Steel hits Best Buy with price drop in tow

Pebble Steel hits Best Buy with price drop in tow

Pebble Steel, the sophisticated metal-laden variation of the original Pebble smartwatch, will be arriving at Best Buy this coming Sunday, and alongside will be a price drop to $229 USD. Joining the premium version will be a new color for the original Pebble, as well.

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Pebble firmware 2.2 update brings volume control

Pebble firmware 2.2 update brings volume control

Pebble has introduced firmware version 2.2, and with it comes two new features said to provide its users with both better control over the App Menu and over the music controls. For those on iOS, downloading the recently updated iOS App will be necessary.

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Fitbit, Pebble dominate wearables in Q1 2014

Fitbit, Pebble dominate wearables in Q1 2014

In a crowded wearable market, Fitbit reigns supreme. In Q1 2014, research firm Canalys says Fitbit occupied 50% of overall shipments, leaving the rest of the market searching for a foothold. When it came to smartwatches, though, another tried-and-true leader in Pebble is outshining the rest.

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Pebble rolls out firmware, smartphone apps updates

Pebble rolls out firmware, smartphone apps updates

Pebble has rolled out a bunch of updates today, bringing forth new firmware for the smartwatch, as well as updated iOS and Android apps. All of them have just rolled out, with the smartphone app updates being available through the respective app stores, and the firmware update being available through the Pebble smartphone app.

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Pandora for Pebble now available

Pandora for Pebble now available

Pebble owners can now download Pandora for their smartwatch, giving them access to and control over their stations and music. To download Pandora, one will need the Pebble 2.0 app installed on their handset, at which point the music app can be downloaded by scanning its QR code.

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Wearables market booming: ease of use leads the way

Wearables market booming: ease of use leads the way

In the oncoming war of the wearable device, it’s usability, not their power or aesthetics, that will drive the market. While Samsung releases three new smartwatch devices this season with full-functioning operating systems and Sony releases a sports band that’s just about as simple as a wearable device can be, it’s clear that we’ll be seeing a full spectrum. But what drives the successful machine? Besides advertising dollars, that is.

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The Secret to Smartwatch Success is Non-tech Firms

The Secret to Smartwatch Success is Non-tech Firms

Smartwatches will be everywhere this year. With Google announcing Android Wear and companies already showing off devices at CES and Mobile World Congress, it won’t be long before a slew of smartwatches are sitting on store shelves.

Of course, smartwatches are already available. In fact, several companies, from Samsung to Pebble, have offered their interpretation of wrist-worn wearables. The trouble for those firms, however, is that so far, those products haven’t taken off. And it’s unclear whether even Android Wear could go a long way in pushing smartwatches onto more wrists.

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