Smartwatches failed to excite in 2016
There was nothing groundbreaking about this year’s connected timepieces.
Fitbit will keep Pebble's services running through 2017
Pebble's developers are also tweaking the system's mobile apps to keep them running for years to come.
After Math: Game over
Life should come with a reset button.
Goodbye (and maybe good riddance) to Pebble
Engadget editors have strong feelings about the pioneering smartwatch maker.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 17: Mansion on the Hill
The (probable) death of Pebble, having sex with a game controller and how tech can cost jobs.
Fitbit's Pebble acquisition risks alienating loyal users
Discontinuing the hardware is a slap in the face to a passionate community.
Fitbit buys Pebble's smarts, but not its products
The indie smartwatch maker will now shut down.
Bloomberg: Fitbit acquisition will kill Pebble Time 2 and Core
Fitbit is apparently very close to acquiring Pebble.
Fitbit is reportedly buying Pebble
An anonymous source confirms the acquisition is happening at a price between $34 and $40 million.