Red Colour Pebble Watch Set to Ship in 2-3 Weeks

It’s been a pretty rough ride for Pebble – they’ve suffered delays, software issues, bricked watches and manufacturing faults, but at last they’ve shipped the 55,000 black pebble watches to Kickstarter backers – but what about the colours?

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Smart Watches… Timepiece of the Future?

Courtesy of Antonio DeRosa

There’s been a lot of hype recently about Smart Watches. It began with the pebble which blew up on kickstarter when it was funded $10,266,845 of its $100,000 dollar goal – a truly massive feat. The pebble wasn’t the first smart watch to be put into production though!

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HTC One – An Example to All Others

HTC One - Beautiful

It has been a long time since I’ve seen a smartphone that has taken my breath away. Don’t get me wrong – I think the iPhone is a piece of real craftsmanship and Jonny Ive is a true design genius. But since the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 there’s been no leaps in design from Apple – a company that used to be renowned for their incredible surprises – the age old “One More Thing” that we all miss so much..

HTC made a huge leap with their One series – especially the One X. Upon opening the box the screen protector said “The One You’ve Been Waiting For..” I thought to myself – you certainly are! Perhaps the only disappointing thing about the One X was the plastic body which dents oh so easily. Especially when some of their mid range phones were aluminium unibody builds.

But now – look at what they’ve achieved!

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Why I’ll buy Google Glass

Google glass must be on of the most talked about gadgets this year. Mostly because it’s a brand new example of true innovation – something we’ve really been lacking the last few years.

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Yes, there have been some pretty amazing gadgets – things we only dreamed about. Leap Motion, 4K TV and the Oculus Rift Headset to name but a few. However, they have all been innovations that were conceivable. We saw them coming, no matter how impressive they are.

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