Meet the Pebble Time Round.
After weeks of waiting, Pebble has appealed to backers for help.
Hands across the water, apps across the sky.
Wearable World Congress is coming.
Now you can hardware-hack the Pebble, too.
Announcing our first keynote speaker.
Products make the brand, according to Ed Colligan.
Shopping for your wrist is surprisingly tough.
Hear firsthand how this entrepreneur built a smartwatch people love.
The Pebble CEO hit the ReadWriteMix stage to explain how he made wearables that customers and developers can get excited about.
ReadWrite visits the headquarters of the smartwatch maker.
Our in-person Q&A with tech personalities now backs a nonprofit seeking to democratize access to technology.
On April 9, we’ll talk about the future of wearables with a pioneer in the field.
An expanded software developer kit and better iOS notifications for the smartwatch could spur a variety of new wearable uses.
The Pebble founder talks about how his team created a trendsetting smartwatch and is turning it into a platform.
How to make wearable tech that people want, from folks who should know—the founders of GoPro and the Pebble smartwatch.
After waiting a year, I gave up on Pebble, a company more interested in pushing units than paying back its Kickstarter supporters.
After months of delays, the e-paper-equipped, smartphone-synching time-teller is finally about to begin shipping.