Welcome to Feedback Loop, a weekly roundup of the most interesting discussions happening within the Engadget community. There's so much technology to talk about and so little time to enjoy it, but you have a lot of great ideas and opinions that need to be shared! Join us every Saturday as we highlight some of the most interesting discussions that happened during the past week.
This week, we discussed the best apps for your shiny new Pebble smartwatch. We also had an enthusiastic discussion over our favorite music services, speculated about what's happening with the Google/Motorola/Lenovo deal, waxed poetic about the future of Nintendo and debated the benefits of 1080p and 4K televisions. Click past the break and read what fellow Engadget users like you have to say.
Wearables are all the rage right now and TgD pounced on a good deal, picking up a Pebble smartwatch earlier this week. He wants recommendations for useful apps he should download. Hop on over to the Engadget forums and let him know your picks. And don't forget to check out our Pebble Steel review.
In case you missed it, daninbusiness took a look at the many options for streaming music and shared the pros and cons of each. With so many providers, how do you pick which will have the privilege of delivering pure sonic goodness to your earholes? Chime in and tell us what your preferred music service is.
Earlier this week, Google announced that it would be selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo. Frankspin wants to know: What's going on with Google? Is it a case of buyer's remorse, or is there some grander strategy at work? Share your analysis in the Engadget forums.
Recently, there's been speculation that Nintendo is planning on making games for smartphones. That rumor was quickly put to rest, but it's left many Nintendo fans questioning the future of the company. Kris discusses where Nintendo is headed. What do you think the company should do to ensure its survival?
If there's one thing we learned from CES 2014, it's that the 4K invasion is coming, and no one's going to stop it. However, is now the right time to get a 4K TV, or should you stick with a proven technology with loads more content? Engadget contributing editor TimSeppala tells us why he recently bought a 1080p model. What will your next TV be? Hit up the forums and let us know!
That's all this week! Do you want to talk about your favorite gadget or have a burning question about technology? Register for an Engadget account today, visit the Engadget forums and start a new discussion!