As the Pebble Time gears up for mass production, Pebble has provided an update on what features the device will ship with, as well as those that are planned for a later update.
In its update, Pebble provides some videos of the Pebble Time in action and notes that users will enjoy a new timeline interface, expanded app storage, a new sports app, and more when the device launches later this month.
A few days ago boxer Manny Pacquiao was given a Samsung phone in an effort to get some of the attention from his fight to carry over to Samsung products.
Pacquiao's Twitter account posted a picture of it, and included a Samsung hashtag in that and several subsequent tweets. Most of those tweets were posted from the Twitter website or from a "social management tool". Earlier today, after the fight, when Pacquiao posted another picture and thanked his fans for their support, it was tweeted by — you guessed it — Twitter for iPhone.
New parents have found a heart-warming use for the Apple Watch. They've shared a newborn's heartbeat with distant family who were unable to attend the birth.
The power of nature is on show when a newborn is delivered and parents are able to celebrate the new life they've brought into the world. But what better way to capture the essence of life than to share the heartbeat of their newborn baby with an Apple Watch?
Facebook has launched an open platform through which developers can tailor their services for Internet.org, giving millions of users across the globe the ability to enjoy basic Internet services for free.
Apple is attempting to raise the appeal of its upcoming Madison Avenue store, promising respect for the neighborhood with an earlier closing time, private shopping, and more, as the store faces opposition from area residents.
In an interview today, Ford CTO Raj Nair gave us a peek at how the company plans to integrate CarPlay into its upcoming cars.
Speaking with Re/Code, Nair emphasized that Ford is approaching CarPlay integration in a way that gives consumers choice, looking for ways to make its own SYNC infotainment system work closely with third-party offerings.