I was one of the first to back Pebble, it was the first smartwatch, the first decent one. This proves however that being first doesn’t guarantee success.
When Pebble was taking on Apple and Google it was a real David vs Goliath story, the acquisition by Fitbit could have been a good thing for Fitbit, because even Apple has changed the smartwatch into another fitness device with add on features strapped to your wrist.… Read More
It is no real secret within the industry that smart watches are not selling that well and even when they are they are not leaving the manufacturer with that much money.
Pebble for me was a real hero, it came out of kick starter guns blazing and really gave meaning to this sub genre of computing.… Read More
It surprises us still when people ask us why the Oculus Rift won’t work with a Mac.
We have the official response from Palmer Luckey, co-founder and mind behind the incoming virtual reality headset. He had some choice words to say about porting Oculus Rift functionality to Mac computers.… Read More
There was some bad news last week for tattooed Apple fans hoping to take advantage of everything the company’s new smartwatch had to offer. It turns out that ink on your arm hinders the Apple Watch’s ability to monitor your heart rate.… Read More
It seems like the problem with the Apple watch is going to be that it is also available to other “commoners” does exclusive also mean it should be available to everyone?
According to Gizmodo it seems that this is the exact problem, no matter how flash, desirable or expensive the product is, the fact that everyone wants it, means that it just for the commoner and it is no longer exclusive or special regardless of the fact that its $15,000
According to Luke HopeWell at Gizmodo
“Look at every single luxury jeweller and watch vendor on the High Street and you notice they all have one thing in common: they’re exclusive.… Read More