For all of the interest in Android Wear smartwatches or even the Apple Watch, one of the first companies to successfully enter the smartwatch market was Pebble back in 2012. Today Pebble announced a new Kickstarter campaign for three new devices that represent the next generation of Pebble devices. Read more
If you’ve thought about replacing your current television with a swankier model, perhaps Vizio‘s 2016 M-Series range of televisions with 4K resolution, HDR, and built-in Google Cast (SmartCast) could be what you are looking for. Vizio has just announced that the M-Series is now available to order in a range of sizes up to 80-inches and a price tag starting from $849 up to $3,999 for the 80″ model. Read more
Google may have announced Android Wear 2.0 at I/O 2016 last week, but it isn’t the only game in town when it comes to smartwatches. Pebble is a credible option when it comes to buying a smartwatch, appealing to users of both Android and iOS with its functionality. It’s been a little while since Pebble launched a new device, and it seems that something is afoot because Pebble has posted a countdown timer on its Twitter account alluding to an announcement being made tomorrow, May 24th. Read more
There’s been a spate of leaks for Samsung’s Gear Fit 2 in recent times, with the fitness band being shown off in a variety of colors, as well as some real-life images of the device and Samsung’s upcoming Gear IconX ear buds. Today’s leak shows the Gear Fit 2 in what is likely a promotional poster, which you can view after the break. Read more
Mobile payments make sense on wearable technology, which is Fitbit has made a move to purchase Coin. Coin already created a credit card that would take advantage of NFC payments, so adding this technology to a fitness tracker is a natural move.
This purchase was recent, so don’t expect to see NFC payments make their way into any 2016 Fitbits. Beyond that, though? There’s a pretty good chance. Read more
Who’s in the mood for a giveaway? Through the rest of this month, we’re co-hosting a giveaway with our friends at VRS Design. The prizes this time around are cases for the Nexus 6P, which is Google’s flagship that represents everything Android is meant to be. We’re giving three lucky winners their own High Pro Shield case from VRS Design that adds both style and protection to your phone. It’s a case that won’t add bulk to your phone despite the multi-layered design with Air Cushion technology.
Hit the break to enter the giveaway!