Pebble. I have loved the idea of a smart watch since I first read Dick Tracy in my youth. My Sony Smart Watch has been on my wrist for a year, and the tiny screened bluetooth marvel has been a wonderful addition to my gadget box. It vibrates when I have an incoming email, and there are dozens of apps that perform neat functions, like snapping the shutter on the phone camera remotely, showing the camera viewfinder on the watch, playing computer chess, showing me current time and weather, and much more. My pet peeve with it was that, in order to conserve the small battery, the watch had to be pushed to show the time. There is a new option to show a small digital clock all the time; but, it eats battery. For the same price, the Pebble is much larger, which adds battery life; but, looks pretty geeky to me. And, the Pebble just doesn't have enough apps yet. Sony is still the leader in this category, and, since I keep it charged every night, I think I can live with the short battery life. Don't get me wrong. I have pre-ordered the Pebble. It's my job.