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Snap, the company behind Snapchat, has announced Pixy, a tiny camera drone that starts at just $230. It has simple controls and doesn't need FAA registration to fly. It operates via the Snapchat app.
Snap has unveiled its SPS 2021 Spectacles. Unlike other Spectacles devices, the SPS 2021 will not be going on sale, instead, it's being reserved for Lens creators so they can create AR Lenses.
Snap Inc has announced Spectacles 3, its latest iteration of sunglasses. The specs will cost $380 and begin shipping in the fall. The dual cameras capture depth similarly to eyes and record in 3D.
The company is introducing two new variants of its second-generation Spectacles sunglasses, offering the same features in a more streamlined design that will stand out less in public.
Snap Inc. has just announced its second piece of hardware with its revised and updated Spectacles. The new glasses come in different colors, offer a slimmer and lighter frame, and cost $149.99.
Spectacles didn't exactly take the world by storm, but it was an interesting attempt by Snap Inc. Now, it looks like a successor is in the works if a new FCC filing is any indication.
Snapchat's Spectacles were a hot item towards the end of last year. But a year later, the fervor has cooled and it appears that the company is, unfortunately, sitting on a stockpile of units.
In an interview with Walter Isaacson, Snap's CEO Evan Spiegel revealed that the Snap spectacles has shipped just 150,000 units. Spiegel said that hardware will be an important part of Snap's future.
A year after being announced to the public, Snapchat Spectacles have made their way to Amazon and can now be purchased. The wearable is available in three colors and costs $129.99.
Snap's Spectacles - featuring a built-in camera that records short video clips in a circular format, which can then be shared on Snapchat - are heading to Europe, and are already available in the UK.
Snap has opened up a new pop-up shop for its Spectacles in Southern California. If buying things online isn't your thing, you can always head to the shop where they will be on sale for $129.
Until now, the only way to get Snap's camera-equipped Spectacles was to visit the company's NYC pop-up store, or hope a vending machine appeared near you - but that's all changed from today.
After launching its Spectacles wearable late last year, Snap Inc. has filed for a $3 billion IPO. While it brands itself as a camera company, it's best known for its app, Snapchat.
If you've needed prescription lenses for your Snap Inc. Spectacles, you're now in luck, as a company in New York offers a solution. The lenses start at $99, but can climb higher depending on options.
If you've been chasing down Snap Inc's Spectacles, you might finally get a break. The company has erected a temporary pop-up shop in NY, offering proper store hours and open seven days a week.
Anonymous sources have suggested that Snap Inc., Snapchat's parent company, has filed to be listed on the US stock market. The company's IPO could come as soon as March 2017.
If you've been clamoring for a chance to purchase a pair of Snapchat's Spectacles, the vending machine has just touched down in a new location. Spectacles are priced at $129.
Snap Inc. has debuted its Spectacles recording glasses with a vending machine near its headquarters in Venice, California. Spectacles will sell for $129 and be offered in three colors.
It looks like Snapchat is ready to release its first piece of hardware, Spectacles. The glasses will allow users to record "circular" video, that will mimic what we see with our eyes.