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Briefly: Pebble iOS 7 notifications update, Skullcandy Air Raid launch
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 @ 5:22am

Pebble has updated the iOS version of its smart watch app, one which introduces support for iOS 7 notifications. The update, which allows for updates from a host of watched services to be pushed to the Pebble display, also introduces support for Bluetooth LE, which will lower the amount of power used by the smartphone and the Pebble when communicating.



Skullcandy launches Air Raid ruggedized bluetooth speaker Skullcandy has introduced a new ruggedized Bluetooth speaker that is claimed to be weatherproof and drop-proof, thanks to a stainless steel faceplate and removable silicone cover. Using two 50mm drivers, the Air Raid is said to provide more than 50 percent more sound volume than other similar devices, while its rechargeable battery is said to last for up to 14 hours per charge. The Air Raid is out now, priced at $150.



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