wearable

Autographer wearable camera gets an Android app

Android users looking to wear a camera and further document their lives now have another option to consider. This latest is the Autographer camera, which up until now has been available only for iOS users. The necessary Android app has been released in the Play Store, and will allow manage the images on the camera while out and about.

Pebble: five apps worth checking out

Pebble 2.0 arrived for Android earlier in the month. Of course, that meant not only an updated Android app for the Pebble, but access to the Pebble appstore. We suspect most Pebble users have already picked their favorite apps, and such is the case with us. Here we are sharing our top five favorite Pebble apps, and also looking for some suggestions for new apps.

Pebble availability expands to Target with Arctic White model

The original model Pebble is now available with another retailer. Said retailer is Target and they will have the original Pebble available online and in retail locations (with a slight catch). The price is the familiar $149.99 and those considering a purchase can expect to find three color options -- one of which arrives as a retail first.

Music Boss Pebble app update adds Chromecast support

Music Boss is an app we took a look at back in December. Essentially, Music Boss will extend upon the basic music control that you get out of the box with the Pebble. The app allows you to launch your current favorite music app from your wrist, and also control that app afterward. More important for today -- Music Boss has recently been updated.

Acer event April 29 hints at new device, maybe a wearable

Acer has begun sending invitations to an event in New York on April 29. Just what’s being rolled out isn’t noted, but the announcement says “Please join us for a (their logo) touch more connected”. From there, it seems as though we’ll be getting a myriad of devices, perhaps even wearables.

Fitbit update details HTC One (M8) integration, widget and more

As we recently learned, the Fitbit app would be pre-installed on the recently announced HTC One (M8). This is potential good news for Fitbit, as the app, and the hardware will now be fresh in the minds of those who purchase a One (M8). Also key here is how the HTC One (M8) can be used in place of the Fitbit hardware, which means users can enter the Fitbit world without any additional cost.