Has your wrist become home to a Pebble smartwatch? If so, you'll want to clear your schedule for 10:00 a.m. PST on Nov. 6, because Pebble has revealed that it's planning to host a livestream to make a "very important announcement" at that time.
The company doesn't go into much detail about exactly what it plans to introduce, teasing only that it's been hard at work on some "awesome things" that will make the Pebble platform "more robust and feature-rich." Following the livestream, Pebble founder Eric Migicovsky and developer evangelist Thomas Sarlandie will be taking part an "Ask Me Anything" session on Reddit at 12:00 p.m. PST.
Pebble has been working to improve its smartwatch ever since the device began rolling out to Kickstarter backers in January, adding goodies like a watch face selector and two-way app communication. It hasn't held a livestream and Reddit AMA each and every time that it's added new features in the past, though, so it'll be interesting to see what Pebble's cooked up this time around.
You can bet that I'll be tuning in to the livestream to get the details on Pebble's announcement, so if you're unable to view it yourself, keep it locked to PhoneDog and I'll fill you in on all of the juicy details. What kinds of "awesome things" would you like Pebble to announce this Wednesday?