GoPro has been on the mend since last year, taking a heavy hit with the recall of its Karma drone. In 2017, it hopes to recapture its former glory by introducing a new 360-degree camera, Fusion.
After being recalled, GoPro's Karma drone arrives back on store shelves in limited numbers. A faulty latch mechanism was the issue that caused them to drop out of the sky and has now been repaired.
Today, GoPro announced that it would be restructuring the company. It will close its entertainment division, layoff more than 200 workers, and lose its president, Tony Bates.
Although its only been out for a few weeks, GoPro is recalling its latest Karma drone and issuing full refunds. The company stated that a small number of users have reported unexpected power loss.
The delayed GoPro Karma drone officially made its debut today and looks to offer consumers a much simpler and versatile rendition. The Karma will start at $799, but most will opt for the $1099 bundle.
It has been nearly two years since GoPro updated its product line. Today the company announced its latest, the HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session. Both will be available starting on October 2.
The highly-anticipated successor to the original YI action camera - the YI 4K - is launching within the next few days and will be sporting a very attractive $249 price tag in the US.
GoPro has decided to delay its Karma drone until the end of the year. GoPro did not give any specific reasons for the delay, but did indicate that the drone would launch during the holidays.
Meerkat had the rug pulled out from under them by Twitter, but the service is still advancing with unique offerings. One such offering is that Meerkat can now livestream video from a GoPro.
Tomorrow HTC will update the Android app for the RE camera which will now allow users to livestream their adventures directly through YouTube and share them with anyone, anywhere.
Rumors floating around suggest that Xiaomi, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer that is absolutely killing the Asian markets, is looking to challenge GoPro with their own wearable action camera.
While it's been rumored and speculated, GoPro has finally officially announced the release of its next generation camera, the HERO4. The flagship model will have the ability to record in 4K.
HTC, the smartphone maker, might be looking to diversify its portfolio by launching a new Bluetooth-connected rugged camera, aimed at competing with the market leader for this segment, GoPro.
Microsoft has announced the launch of a new GoPro Channel for the Xbox One - three months after it arrived on the 360 - and four exclusive videos are available on the channel to mark its launch.
An announcement from GoPro has stated that former Microsoft Executive Tony Bates will become the new President for the company. Bates brings over 25 years of experience that could prove priceless.
Portable sports camera company GoPro has announced plans to launch apps for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles later this year. It will show videos shot by GoPro cameras and sell the devices as well.
GoPro, makers of wearable action cameras, have released their first app for Windows Phone, allowing you to control your HD HERO3 or HD HERO2 via your Windows Phone 8 device.
Nokia has announced that its Lumia smartphones will gain a number of Windows Phone-based apps made exclusively for those smartphones, including an official Foursquare app.
GoPro announced their new Wi-Fi BacPac with remote control kit that allows users to remotely control HD Hero cameras as well as stream a live video feed using mobile devices