When GoPro launched its Karma drone earlier this year, it seemed like the perfect fit. The company was founded on action cameras, but had seen sales of its flagship Hero line sink since 2014. Over the same time period, the sale of camera drones to consumers had exploded. By bundling its camera with a drone, GoPro could breathe new life into a flagging product line.
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Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Wednesday.
1. Silicon Valley leaders are shocked by Donald Trump's lead in electoral race. Y Combinator president Sam Altman said: "This feels like the worst thing to happen in my life."
For their high price of admission, Disneyland and Disney World offer park-wide immersion and entertainment capped off with nightly shows and seasonal fireworks. Back in 2014, they applied for patents to augment these spectaculars with drones to carry...
GoPro announced Tuesday that it would recall about 2,500 units of its recently launched Karma drone.
" We have recalled Karma until we resolve a performance issue related to a loss of power during operation," the company said in a statement released after the market close.
If you recently picked up one of GoPro's long-in-the-works Karma drones, you should probably return it. The company has issued a recall for all devices (around 2,500 according to internal estimates) because "in a very small number of cases" the Karma...