Google launches last ever update for the Explorer Edition of their smart glasses
Google is reportedly ending support for the Explorer Edition of Glass, one of the first versions of the company's smart spectacles. Back in 2012, Google launched Project Glass with the Explorer Edition of their intelligent glasses, a pair of tech-equipped specs that caused a stir with the public at launch who feared that they could be potentially recorded without their knowledge or approval. Nevertheless, the glasses lived on to see 2019 thanks to the limited number of users who got their own pair before the project was pulled and refocused towards enterprise applications, as reported by Android Police.
On Saturday, Colin Kaepernick posted a video on his social media feeds teasing his first shoe with Nike and a new campaign, “#Trueto7.”
With the undeniably cool opening strains of Marvin Gaye’s “Heard it through the Grapevine” as the soundtrack, we see Kaepernick posing for the cameras, at turns smiling and serious, along with the unveiling of his first shoe collaboration with the athletics giant.
A classic black Air Force 1 low, Kaepernick’s have his “K” logo on the tongue and a shadow of the onetime NFC champion and his great Afro on the back. Through the semi-clear sole the numbers 081416 are visible, the first date Kaepernick protested issues of extrajudicial police killings and racial injustice during the national anthem.
Off-duty park ranger stopped Auburn library stabbing suspect from hurting others
Jared Elster was picking up a family member at the Auburn library on Tuesday when he jumped into action to stop a stabbing suspect from harming more people, officials said. Elster, an off-duty Sacramento County Regional Parks ranger, heard someone yell "Call 911!" while he was waiting to pick up his relative, according to Liz Bellas, regional parks director. Sign up for our Newsletters Elster jumped into action and confronted the attacker, identified by police as 33-year-old Opada Joseph Opada. One of Elster's hands was cut during the confrontation, Bellas said.
Excited to share this project with you. Drops Monday, Dec. 23rd.— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7)
The shoes dropped on Monday morning at 10 a.m. ET. In less than two hours, men’s and kids’ sizes were sold out on Nike’s website; men’s sizes were also sold out at ShoePalace.com.
Kaepernick announced that Shoe Palace and Jimmy Jazz Stores would be donating profits from their sale of the sneakers to organizations fighting to end systemic oppression.
Kaepernick’s partnership with Nike began in late summer 2018 with a commercial, “Dream Crazy,” thatregular-season NFL opener and award earlier this year.
In February,that also sold out in a matter of hours.
Colin Firth and wife split after 22 years of marriage
Colin Firth's rep said the duo has decided to separate."Colin and Livia Firth have separated," their reps tell E! News in a joint statement on Friday. "They maintain a close friendship and remain united in their love for their children. They kindly ask for privacy. There will be no further comment.
Those who hoped the partnership with Kaepernick would cost Nike have been made to look like fools: thesince the announcement of the deal with the activist and athlete, adding $26.2 billion to Nike’s bottom line.
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Lenovo made a laptop styled like a Ducati motorbike .
The 14-inch premium laptop mimics Ducati design elements, but it won't cost you thousands to own.The premium, limited edition Lenovo Ducati 5 laptop mimics the look of Ducati's motorbikes with its sleek lines, razor-thin bezels and metallic color. The laptop boasts a red, wraparound racing stripe inspired by one of the Panigale street bikes, and instead of Lenovo's traditional circular air holes, honeycomb-shaped air vents match Ducati's Monster frames. Lenovo says the laptop will also come with a carrying sleeve that features a Ducati shield along with special stitching that matches the detailing on Ducati's bike seats.