Pebble Watch SDK goes live, new watch faces and apps to come

Pebble Watch SDK goes live, new watch faces and apps to come

9to5mac.com
New Pebble, the E-Ink smart-watch for iPhones and Android devices which raised over 10 million dollars on Kickstarter is about to get a lot of new features. Today, Pebble announced that the watch SDK is being released today. The SDK will allow developers to create custom watch faces, alerts and new apps....
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Pebble Watch SDK goes live, new watch faces and apps to come

9to5google.com
New Pebble, the E-Ink smart-watch for iPhones and Android devices which raised over 10 million dollars on Kickstarter is about to get a lot of new features. Today, Pebble announced that the watch SDK is being released today. The SDK will allow developers to create custom watch faces, alerts and...
Pebble Watch SDK goes live, new watch faces and apps to come

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gigaom.com
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9to5google.com
Earlier today we told you that Facebook had updated its Messenger app for Android with the new “Chat Heads” feature from its Facebook Home platform. Today also marks the official launch of Facebook Home on the initial list of supported device and now the app is finally live on...
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arstechnica.com
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thenextweb.com
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Twitter Users in the US and Europe Go Mobile: 71% Use a Phone or Tablet to Tweet in 2012 Compared to 64% for PCs

thenextweb.com
Twitter users in the US and Europe are increasingly opting to use mobile devices rather than their PCs when using the social network. In fact, the proportion of the former group eclipsed the latter last year: just under two thirds used a PC while almost three quarters used a mobile...
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