GoPro has just announced the Hero6 Black camera with 4K video recording at 60fps, as well as the 360-degree Fusion camera. Here are the details.
GoPro has issued a complete recall of its recently launched Karma drone. Here's the reason why, and how you can return yours.
A leaked video may have outed the highly anticipated GoPro HERO5 camera, though now official word has been put out about the device.
GoPro has stepped up its 360-degree video and VR game by releasing dedicated apps for iOS and Android that lets users watch videos shot by special GoPro hardware directly on an iPhone or Android device. The company is calling the app GoPro VR.
GoPro has just updated its iOS app, bringing in support for Apple's "most personal device ever", the Apple Watch. Not only that, the company has also introduced subtle new features to the app, making the experience an even better one.
As part of its continued effort to upgrade its editing tools and make life a lot easier and manageable for its users, GoPro has announced a new feature that will be accessible via its mobile app and certain GoPro cameras. The new video editing feature is built directly into the playback functionality of the camera and the mobile app, and aims to provide users with a quick and easy way to create short video clips that can then be shared effortlessly with family, friends, or colleagues, without the need to pass on a huge clip ladened with time markers.
GoPro has announced its "smallest, lightest and most convenient GoPro, yet." The GoPro Hero4 Session action camera is 50% smaller, 40% lighter and will combine a meticulously compact design with a simple one-button capture solution. In addition to the fact that the Hero4 Session comes in significantly lighter and smaller package than the previous Hero4 Black and Silver solutions, potential consumers will also love the fact that no external waterproof housing is required as the Hero4 Session is waterproof out-of-the-box.
Google has announced a new collaboration partnership with GoPro - the makers of extremely popular high-definition video cameras that have become the module of choice for motorcyclists, divers and extreme sports fans around the globe. The recently announced collaboration has been struck as part of an effort to build a virtual reality filming rig using multiple GoPro cameras that will then be partnered with Google's Jump software that was introduced as part of this year's I/O conference.