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A week and a half ago I released an update to Pebble Locker that changed the name to Dislock. For eight months now Pebble Locker has supported many more devices than just Pebbles and it was past time for a new name. Another factor in the name change was Pebble changing their recommendations on how apps are named to make it clearer who is developing the apps.

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Another year, another awesome Pebble Developer Retreat. The retreat this year was 4 days of talks on new features, making great looking images on a black and white display, pushing Pebbles to their limits by running OpenGL and writing directly to the framebuffer, a developer meetup, Pebbles talking directly to other devices over Bluetooth 4 Low Energy, a whole day of Pebble controlled robots playing soccer, how to get the best battery life possible and developers showing off what they've developed for Pebble. Over 100 developers from 14 countries were present.

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Last week Pebble Locker added first class support for Android Wear allowing users to add their Android Wear devices as a trusted device and automatically lock and unlock their phones and tablets.

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Pebble Locker made Android Central's Apps of the Week list this week.

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Pebble 2.0 for Android has been out for just under a month now. With the great majority of new and updated apps using JavaScript for their network and location needs, it's time to say goodbye to httpebble. Later today I will be shutting down the httpebble weather endpoints I have been running and by this weekend there will be an update for Pebble Connect with httpebble to remove httpebble support and rename the app to Pebble Connect.