GoPro insists that Dusk White is Black. Or something. Paid Members Public
GoPro is selling a limited-edition of its flagship camera - in Dusk White.
GoPro crashes out of the drone market - it needs to rethink its sales pitch Paid Members Public
GoPro – makers of every extreme sports dude’s favourite camera – are pulling out of the drone market [https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/8/16862680/gopro-drones-business-stopped-layoffs-exit] : > In its earnings report today, the company said that although the Karma “reached the #2 market position in its price band in 2017, the
The iPhone rules Flickr - and is pushing other cameras into niches Paid Members Public
Flickr has published its annual round-up of the most-used cameras [http://blog.flickr.net/2016/12/06/smartphones-dominate-flickr-in-2016-apple-leads/] . Guess which one wins? Apple, of course, is a proxy for “iPhone” here. The iPhone is the biggest camera brand on Flickr by a significant margin. And I bet you it would
GoPro gives us all good video Karma Paid Members Public
I’m teaching video this year, so I can write this off against tax, right?
GoPro is building publicity for its first drone: Karma Paid Members Public
GoPro badly [needs a new business line](http://thenextweb.com/insider/2016/01/14/gopro-misses-q4-revenue-goal-plans-to-cut-7-percent-of-workforce/#gref). Now wonder they’re pushing the new (and unreleased) [Karma drone](http://shop.gopro.com/EMEA/karma/2016.html) so hard.Still, it looks pretty cool…
Naming that GoPro tune Paid Members Public
If you watch a number of GoPro-type extreme sports videos, you’re probably deeply familiar with this track: This tune is indelibly marked in my head as the “Le Web tune”, because as I sit in the main stage area, finishing liveblog posts, high-energy GoPro videos are often playing with
Chuck a fashion model off a mountain... Paid Members Public
The one reason I keep doing what I do for a living (whatever the hell that is, as it seems to change every few months right now…) is that new technology is enabling such different forms of storytelling and, as a natural storyteller of sorts, how can you not get