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Tokyoflash's cryptography-inspired Kisai X watch tells time via pyramid lens, LED lights

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Tokyoflash, maker of highly conceptual, anything-but-your-average-wristwatch products like the Kisai OTO and the Kisai Maru, is outing its latest device: the Kisai X. Like many of the company's timepieces, the X is the result of fan submissions. In this case, it was co-designed by Firdaus Rohman and Heather Sable,...
Tokyoflash's cryptography-inspired Kisai X watch tells time via pyramid lens, LED lights

Here's Why The New Fitbit Flex Is One Of The Best Wearable Fitness Trackers Around

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It's January, and that means a lot of you are trying to maintain that New Year's resolution to stay fit and drop a few pounds. If you're one of the many seasonal fitness junkies, we found a gadget that may just help you stick to your guns. Fitbit, a company...
Here's Why The New Fitbit Flex Is One Of The Best Wearable Fitness Trackers Around
Data dogs: how a new startup, Whistle, is building a Fitbit for your pooch

Please Let This Apple Rumor Be True: A Smart Watch That Talks to Your iPhone

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It's that time of year again. The Apple rumor mill is working overtime as customers await iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 in the fall, with a 7-inch iPad and long-anticipated HDTV set on the horizon. One purported iOS 6 feature could propel Apple into wearable computing in a very...
Please Let This Apple Rumor Be True: A Smart Watch That Talks to Your iPhone

Pebble smartwatch gets a Mario watch face in first public SDK, because why not?

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In case you missed our Pebble smartwatch review, here's a one-sentence recap: its functionality is pretty limited at the moment, but it does what it does very well, and it's reasonably priced, too -- especially if you were able to snag it for just $99. And it'll be an...
Pebble smartwatch gets a Mario watch face in first public SDK, because why not?
Not-so-smart Cookoo smartwatch limits itself to alerts (hands-on)
Pebble's creator shows off his long-awaited smartwatch (video)

A Lot Of Companies Have Tried And Failed To Make A Smartwatch (MSFT, SNE)

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If you believe the reports and rumors, a lot of big names in tech are working on smartwatches.  Google, Apple, Samsung, and LG all reportedly have plans to make a smartwatch soon. The concept is pretty straightforward: the devices would pair with your smartphone and let you look at incoming...
A Lot Of Companies Have Tried And Failed To Make A Smartwatch (MSFT, SNE)

Basis Sensor-Loaded Health Tracker Snags $11.5M

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Basis, maker of a health-tracking wristband that goes beyond the pedometer-like limitations of its many competitors, has raised $11.5 million in Series B funding led by Mayfield Fund. In addition to tracking a wearer’s motion, the back of the Basis watch face has sensors that detect heart rate, perspiration and...
Basis Sensor-Loaded Health Tracker Snags $11.5M

Sony Smartwatch update speeds apps across the board, makes sure you (always) know what time it is

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If you'd picked up a Sony Smartwatch, you might have noticed that some apps plod along; not anymore, courtesy of a just-posted update: third-party apps, the music jukebox and weather should all be speedier. Sony has also fixed the watch face -- a slightly important part of a watch...
Sony Smartwatch update speeds apps across the board, makes sure you (always) know what time it is

Hands-on with the Pebble watch: A handy device with a lot of potential

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After several months of patient waiting, I finally received my Pebble in the mail a few weeks ago. This Pebble is not the kind that gets stuck in your shoe (hopefully). It's a brand-spankin'-new, Kickstarter-funded "smart watch"—an e-paper bracelet that connects to your iOS and Android devices, which means...
Hands-on with the Pebble watch: A handy device with a lot of potential
Copyright Claims Lead To Removal Of Popular Pebble Watch Faces

Suppliers say Microsoft planning a smartwatch: It's almost past time

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Microsoft is considering a smartwatch device, reportedly having asked parts suppliers to provide suitable hardware earlier in the year. According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft hasn’t yet committed to the project, which will use a small touchscreen for the watch face. Time may be against the company if it...
Suppliers say Microsoft planning a smartwatch: It's almost past time
RunKeeper updated with support for Pebble smartwatch
Sony SmartWatch update adds always-on watch face and performance tweaks

14 Ideas On How To Make Your Pebble Smart Watch Look As Good As Possible (AAPL, GOOG)

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One of the most appealing features of the Pebble smart watch is its ability to display custom watch faces. Since the watch uses an e-ink screen, the possibilities here are endless. Over at Pebble Concepts, users have submitted a number of concept watch faces that show just how creatively you...
14 Ideas On How To Make Your Pebble Smart Watch Look As Good As Possible (AAPL, GOOG)
Casio's smart watch for the masses works with iPhone

TokyoFlash Sudoku watch needs you to solve the puzzles to tell time

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The latest concept from TokyoFlash – a Sudoku watch is apparently giving you more hard time to tell the time. It requires you to solve the Sudoku puzzle to tell time. On the watch face is a traditional Sudoku 9×9 grid, what’s missing are the numbers that indicate the time,...
TokyoFlash Sudoku watch needs you to solve the puzzles to tell time
More interesting iWatch concepts imagine iOS on the smaller screen, curved displays
Lace up your sneakers, Pebble watch owners, you've got RunKeeper!

New watch faces for Pebble smartwatch, with April's SDK

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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. [Read more]...
New watch faces for Pebble smartwatch, with April's SDK

This Would Be The Worst-Case Scenario For The Pebble Smartwatch (AAPL, GOOG)

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Pebble smashed Kickstarter records by raising over $10 million to bring its smartwatch to market. By interfacing with a user's iPhone or Android phone, the watch can carry out a number of functions, notifying you of new calls, texts, and emails, and even running apps such as RunKeeper. It hasn't...
This Would Be The Worst-Case Scenario For The Pebble Smartwatch (AAPL, GOOG)

Bluetooth-enabled Casio G-Shock watch on sale after delay

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Casio has started shipping a wristwatch with built-in Bluetooth connectivity to the US. The G-Shock GB6900, shown off late last year and faced delays coming to market caused by flooding in Thailand, is capable of connecting to Bluetooth 4.0 smartphones such as the iPhone 4S, and showing various updates on...
Bluetooth-enabled Casio G-Shock watch on sale after delay

Fly Or Die: Smart Watch Edition

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[tc_5min code="517687315"] As the race toward mainstream wearable computing heats up, watches are hot and smart watches are hotter. In fact, word on the street is that Apple is working on a new smart watch that would integrate with its iCloud and iOS devices. But as it stands now, the...
Fly Or Die: Smart Watch Edition

Sony updates SmartWatch with notification previews, new watch faces and better search

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Now that connected watches have officially become the 'it' gadget to innovate (see: Pebble, I'm Watch and Apple), Sony can't just sit back and let its SmartWatch quietly finds its footing. Which is why the company's beefing up the user experience and issuing an app update that bolsters the...
Sony updates SmartWatch with notification previews, new watch faces and better search

WHOA! This Watch Has 32,000 Backers And $4.6 Million In Funding On Kickstarter

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A few projects have raised $1 million + on Kickstarter, but Pebble has set an all time high in crowdsource funding. Pebble is a watch that syncs perfectly with your smart phone. It has about 32,000 backers and it has $4.95 million pledged. Its goal was to only raise $100,000...
WHOA! This Watch Has 32,000 Backers And $4.6 Million In Funding On Kickstarter
A Multi-Perspective Look At The Ambitious Pebble Smartwatch
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