reached an important milestone recently. Android uses will now get the ability to control the $30 device from their phones, a feature once limited to iOS devices. The functionality is currently for Android 4.3 devices, though we expect that KitKat will be supported as well.
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smartwatch dream, and the hype, lives on, at least for the creators and supporters of the Neptune Pine smartwatch. Now that its Kickstarter campaign has reached its funding target, the project is now looking towards stretch goals that seek to give its users and even better smartphone, or, rather, smartwatch, experience.
smartwatch ball has started to roll, there seems to be no end to independent groups and small-scale manufacturers from trying to carve out a name for themselves in the nascent market. The most recent one that will probably hit your news feeds soon is the Neptune Pine which, in all honesty, is a smartwatch that probably isn't a watch at all.
smartwatches will be shipping based on specs, as opposed to when you when you backed on Kickstarter. In other words, those who got in as an early bird will not necessarily be amongst the first to receive their TrueSmart.
just hit another stretch goal. This one, which made the deadline for all funding, will allow us to take screenshots and edit them.
Kickstarter tack on support for mobile platforms only after reaching a certain amount of funds, and Sixense is definitely no different. The group has promised to bring in Android and iOS support to their motion tracking system if the amount of pledges reaches $700,000, almost three times the original campaign goal.
Pebble smartwatch, however the folks at Omate have wrapped up their TrueSmart watch Kickstarter this morning with more than $1 million in funding. They have closed things out with $1,032,352 coming from 4,378 backers. This of course, was towards their initial goal of $100,000.
Omate TrueSmart watch when it was announced back towards the end of July. At the time we saw some images and details of the watch. Not to mention, the company talked about plans to crowdfund the Omate TrueSmart. And well, it looks like the TrueSmart has become the latest smartwatch to land on Kickstarter.