GoPro’s Karma drone gets its debut on September 19

battle-drones GoPro’s drone dayz are finally upon us: The action camera maker is going to reveal its Karma aerial photography drone on September 19, via its website. There’s lots of early speculation about the drone, and some teaser footage that suggests it could be a good option for videographers. Read More

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GoPro’s developer program aims to connect its cameras to cars, toys and apps

This baby going pro. GoPro on Thursday very quietly took the wraps off its new developer program, by which it hopes to get its action cameras hooked into as many third-party devices, vehicles and services as possible. Read More

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GoPro’s Nick Woodman To Speak At Disrupt SF 2015

GoPro Nicholas Woodman The last time GoPro CEO and Founder Nick Woodman stopped by Disrupt SF, the company had yet to go public, the Hero3 had just been announced and VR was still a thing of the future. We’re excited to announce that Woodman is returning to Disrupt SF and there is plenty to discuss. Woodman started GoPro in 2002 on the back of a loan from his parents and the proceeds from selling beads and… Read More

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GoPro’s New Camera Gets Torn Apart, Is Basically Impossible To Open And Repair

gopro1 If you ran out to buy GoPro’s new cube-shaped, waterproof camera, a heads up: if it breaks, you best hope it’s under warranty. Opening it up and fixing it yourself is probably a bad idea.
Why? Because even the folks at iFixit, who gut electronics all day every day, couldn’t get it open without destroying it. Read More

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Inside GoPro’s Ambitious Plan To Connect Their Cameras To The Cloud

gopro-clouds1 GoPro doesn’t want to be known just as a camera company. Instead, as I learned from GoPro’s CEO and Founder Nick Woodman, GoPro wants to be a lifestyle media company. To that end, the company is looking to cloud services to give owners an easier way to share all that rad action footage and build a new business based on content, not hardware. Read More

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