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Pebble E-Paper: Wristwatch that pairs with your smartphone

Posted: 25 Apr 2012 11:26 AM PDT

Recently we covered two wristwatches: QLOCKTWO W Wristwatch and Thanko LED 720p Mini Video Watch, and today we have another smart wristwatch that we want to present you.


Pebble E-Paper is a Kickstarter project, and unlike other wristwatches that we covered recently, Pebble E-Paper can be customized with different watchfaces that can be downloaded via Pebble's iPhone or Android app. This watch connects to your iPhone or Android smartphone via Bluetooth and it can alert you with vibration about upcoming calls, emails, calendar alerts, Facebook messages, Twitter and weather alerts. Pebble E-Paper wristwatch has black and white e-paper display that supports 144 x 168 pixel resolution, Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR, a vibrating motor, a 3-axis accelerometer with gesture detection, shatter-resistant lens with an anti-reflective optical coating. Pebble E-Paper is recharged via USB port and it comes with USB cable.

Pebble E-Paper has a lot to offer, and it has already collected enough funding so we're expecting to see it someday in future, however, price remains a mystery.

[via TechFresh]

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Google Drive officially released, stores up to 5 GB of data for free

Posted: 25 Apr 2012 09:52 AM PDT

We already wrote that Google is planning to release a new service called Google Drive, and now we're happy to inform you that Google Drive has been officially released.


Unlike other online storage services, Google Drive works with other Google's services as well, so you can store your Google Docs on your Google Drive and edit your documents, presentations, and spreadsheets with your friends in real time. In addition, you'll be able to search for files on Google Drive using keywords, and you can even search scanned documents and images using OCR technology. Google Drive will create a network drive on your computer, and you'll be able to move files and create folders in it with ease. In fact, Google Drive can even store older versions of your documents; however, such feature can easily use all of your storage space. As for compatibility, Google Drive is available for Windows and Mac computers, and there's a free Android app as well, and we should see iOS version in near future.

Google Drive comes with 5 GB of storage space for free users, but you can get 25GB for $2.49 a month, 100GB for $4.99 a month and a 1TB of storage space for $49.99 a month.

[via Ubergizmo]

 

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