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Most companies use email aliases in one form or another. For example, at Business Insider, if you write an email to email@example.com, you can reach all sales members. If you write to firstname.lastname@example.org, all tech writers would receive your email. It’s a pretty convenient way to reach a group of people at once.
Pebble arguably started the modern smartwatch craze. In 2012, the startup became the darling of the tech world when it raised over $10 million on crowdfunding site Kickstarter to create the first Pebble watch, which can connect to your iPhone or Android phone and deliver notifications to your wrist. It formally launched in early 2013.
Pebble, the buzzy company behind the smartwatch of the same name, is dropping the price of its devices and adding new fitness-tracking capabilities thanks to software from big names in the space like Jawbone, maker of the UP bands, and Misfit, maker of the Shine fitness tracker that was featured in an Apple commercial this summer.