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Apple and Nike teamed up to make a Nike+ special edition Watch Series 2 @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Apple unveiled a Nike+ edition of the Apple Series 2 Watch today at its annual Fall event. The Nike+ version of the Watch will roll out late October for $369 and is, of course, built for runners. Nike introduced its Nike+ Fuelband activity tracker – one of the very first activity bands in the “quantified self”…

via Apple and Nike teamed up to make a Nike+ special edition Watch Series 2 — TechCrunch

Blowing up on Kickstarter, Hello brings video conferencing and security to any TV @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

The $6.7 billion telepresence and video communication category hasn’t evolved much since we were introduced to Cisco and Polycom. At the same time Smart TVs are making video conferencing easier. But it’s still not that easy. Hello is a new startup addressing this space — created by two former refugees from the war in Kosovo…

via Blowing up on Kickstarter, Hello brings video conferencing and security to any TV — TechCrunch

Samsung spills the details of its Note 7 exchange program in US @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

If you’ve got a Galaxy Note 7, you’ve probably already heard about the recall. But the specifics differ for each region, and Samsung just now released the details for what your options are here in the land of the free. Read More

via Samsung spills the details of its Note 7 exchange program in US — TechCrunch

Garmin releases its first luxury smartwatch, the Fenix Chronos @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Garmin has just announced the Fenix Chronos, an amazingly elegant smartwatch with all the features of their standard GPS exercise watches – the Vivoactve, for example – with a case and aesthetic that would be at home in a fine watch shop. That’s right: this is the first fancy smartwatch that you could wear in the…

via Garmin releases its first luxury smartwatch, the Fenix Chronos — TechCrunch

With Meizu’s MX6, Android imitation is the sincerest form of flattery @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Chinese smartphone manufacturers are very much on the ascent, but it’s been a pretty mixed bag. Some have offered some truly exciting hardware to market (read: Nexus 6P) and others, well, not so much. Founded in 2003, Meizu is relatively new entrant on the scene, but the company knows how to make a nice piece of hardware.…

via With Meizu’s MX6, Android imitation is the sincerest form of flattery — TechCrunch

BlackBerry’s security-focused Android identity crisis @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Consider BlackBerry. Think about the company, its products, its most iconic features. What comes to mind? Business apps? A QWERTY keyboard? BBM? The once-mighty Canadian smartphone maker is banking on one word standing above all the rest: security. You see, BBM is no longer solely the realm of BlackBerry devices, and the keyboard hasn’t been…

via BlackBerry’s security-focused Android identity crisis — TechCrunch

Program your own self-driving racer with FormulaPi @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Self-driving race cars are a few years away but why not simulate the roar of robotic Formula 1 cars with a little Raspberry Pi magic? The folks at Piborg are offering the opportunity for hackers and makers to try and drive their own autonomous car brain in a centralized race. They’ve launched a Kickstarter and…

via Program your own self-driving racer with FormulaPi — TechCrunch

Lockheed Martin’s Hydra Fusion builds 3D maps in real time from drone footage @TechCrunch

A drone is a great eye in the sky, but if you want richer data than what its cameras show — for example, detailed 3D maps — you might be looking at a few hours of processing time. That is, unless your HQ is rocking Lockheed Martin’s cool-sounding Hydra Fusion tools, which can build that…

via Lockheed Martin’s Hydra Fusion builds 3D maps in real time from drone footage — TechCrunch

The Yamaha LL-TA Guitar turns a lonely little room into a concert hall — TechCrunch

“Well you’re in your little room,” wrote the bard. “And you’re working on something good. But if it’s really good you’re gonna need a bigger room.” With the Yamaha LL-TA you can have just that. The $1,600 Yamaha LL-TA – the TA stands for Transacoustic – is an acoustic guitar with a built-in effects processor…

via The Yamaha LL-TA Guitar turns a lonely little room into a concert hall — TechCrunch

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