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The Pebble Steel is easier to crack open and repair than the original Pebble smartwatch and has twice as much storage.
A wreck off the coast of Haiti has been tentatively identified by underwater explorer Barry Clifford as the remains of one of Columbus' long-lost vessels.
A powerful, low-cost device that 3D maps whatever it's strapped to could seriously shake up fitness-oriented wearable tech.
A new generation of audio and motion-sensing technology based on the human ear is always listening out for your voice.
Designed as an all-in-one wrist computer for sports, WearIt works with ANT+ sensors for biking and heart rate monitoring.
Smartphone advancements are on the edge of transforming in some crazy ways, but it isn't like you think.
Miniature satellites resembling the flying robot that helped Luke Skywalker with his light saber training are now serving as mission control's eyes and ears aboard the International Space Station.
Vaavud is a Kickstarter gizmo that helps you share wind data for the best times to fly, sail, or show off in a storm.
With more than 40,000 Pebbles built so far, developers have a growing market for hacks to the smartwatch, which Pebble is facilitating with next month's arrival of a watch-face software development kit.
The system combines conventional GPS signals with car-mounted sensors to pinpoint a vehicle's position within six feet of its actual location, researchers say.