Imagine a device that could thwart off burglars when you’re not home. Well that’s what mitipi is aiming to do with their Kevin device, which they call the “world’s first virtual roommate”.
If you’re like me, then you’ve been eagerly waiting for the arrival of a good skateboard for the current generation of consoles. Now it looks like we won’t have to wait much longer. Montreal-based creā-ture Studios has just launched their game, Session on Kickstarter.
Android Wear watches haven’t taken off the same way that the Apple Watch has meaning only about a million or so Android Wear watches have been sold, compared to the millions of Apple Watches sold.
But a company by the name of Mobvoi is trying to change that with their Android Wear powered, Ticwatch S & E, which they’re calling “truly optimized smartwatches.”
Headphone jacks have been a big part of smartphones since the beginning. But as more device manufacturers decide to get rid of the headphone jack, their users are going to have to rely on a pair of Bluetooth headphones or earphones.
This year hasn’t been great and all and it’s worse now, especially if you’re a Pebble fan like I am (still rocking the original Pebble and I backed the Time 2).
Pebble has announced that it will be joining Fitbit and stop operating on its own . That mean the company will shut down and they will no longer manufacture Pebble devices.
Have you ever wanted to get movie-quality shots but don’t want to pay the high price of a some other video stabilizers on the market? You won’t have to with the FlowMotion One smartphone stabilizer and you can get it now via their Kickstarter, starting from $169 USD.
There’s been devices in the past that would try and turn your Android smartphone into a laptop (Motorola Atrix anyone?) but that was back when Android smartphones were severely underpowered. But smartphones have come along way since then and they’re more powerful than ever.
In case you were one of the 78,000 people who backed the Pebble Time on Kickstarter, here’s your chance. Starting today, all non-backers can now pre-order the Pebble Time.
The Pebble Time will cost $200 USD. If you are in the US, you’ll only be able to pre-order the smartwatch through Best Buy’s website. For everyone else around the world, you can pre-order through Pebble’s website: getpebble.com.
Pebble announced there latest smartwatch called the Pebble Time. It features an all new design the is 20% thinner than the original Pebble.
This new smartwatch has colour display, has 5-7 days of battery life and is compatible with the 6,500 apps and watchfaces available already. The Pebble Time is still water resistance and customizable.
The Pebble Time will be compatible with iOS 8 running on the iPhone 4S or later. And works with any Android phone running 4.0+ including Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, Google, Motorola, Xiaomi and many more.