Thanks to plenty of apps and an affordable price, the original plastic Pebble remains a solid budget smartwatch pick.
Smartwatches. Health monitors. Pedometers. Activity trackers. They're all part of the emerging landscape of wearable technology, which promises to change the way we exercise and communicate. We've collected the best products in this upstart category below.
Sony has quietly kept its name away from the FES smartwatch, which has followed in the footsteps of the Pebble and raised big bucks from crowdfunding.
The smartwatch, which could be unveiled as early as next year, will emphasize style over tech features, reports Bloomberg.
Boston Dynamics unveiled Atlas, a 6'3" robot that appears to be learning karate moves. We say this decision can't possibly end well, but there's also the possibility these robots are being trained to fight an impending alien invasion we're not aware of yet.
Visiting Tokyoflash Japan, maker of puzzling wristwatches, was nothing like we expected. Crave gets some hands-on time with the company's first electronic-paper watch.
This is still one of the best smartwatches you can buy, so these probably won't last long.
Pebble's smartwatches have some unique advantages over the Apple Watch and Android Wear, battery life in particular. The Steel lasts up to 10 days, but here's why we weren't totally in love with it.
A recent firmware update to the Pebble Time added new controls for fine-tuning your smartwatch experience, this is how to use just two of them.
The color screen on the Pebble Time is pretty, but hard to see indoors. Hopefully these new settings improve the experience.
Pebble has recaptured the top spot for most-funded project, with its new smartwatch raising more than $20.3 million from backers, far surpassing the initial goal of $500,000.