An inner exam of the watch reveals that it can't be opened without destroying it, making repairs difficult at best.
iOS and Android users who snag one of the new smartwatches can tap into the app to change watch faces and get software updates.
The watch works with iOS and Android and can push all kinds of information to the wrist, including social-networking updates, e-mails, and call information.
We're back from CES and giving you an inside look at the three live shows from the CNET stage last week, including Danny DeVito, Felicia Day, and our visit to Insert Coin(s).
To the shock of exactly no one, Pebble has announced that its E Ink watch will not be out in time for Christmas.
Research effort uses distributed robots that communicate with each other to auto-duplicate shapes by forming an object out of a larger pile of smart sand.
The creative folks behind the Galaxy S3 reveal the natural elements they drew on to fashion the features of Samsung's new smartphone.
The record-setting project has raised more than $10 million and took preorders for 85,000 watches, which is apparently the limit for the tiny company.
Samsung has unveiled a cutesy MP3 player alongside the Samsung Galaxy S3, called the Samsung S Pebble.
RunKeeper signs on to be the first third-party app to run on the "Smartwatch" that's been shattering records on Kickstarter.