Nike's Joyride shoes want to make everyone love running -- but they aren't for everyone.
"Hey Siri, release my shoes."
Wait, what? It's true: The insanely cheap Criacr D39 true-wireless 'buds offer way better sound than you'd expect. Plus: A huge price cut on the Apple Watch Series 3 GPS and Cellular.
Today's major tech stories include all the news from Google I/O, a US senator who wants to ban loot boxes in games, and Nike's AR for your feet.
In today's top stories, US senators are concerned the Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition may be illegally collecting data. Meanwhile, Netflix bolsters its children's programming by picking up a company.
A new feature in the Nike app lets you use your phone's camera to scan your feet and discover your fit.
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Tires are just a bit harder to keep clean than sneaks, though.
Foldable phones and digital-assistant wars. Also, Nike’s self-lacing shoes get more affordable.
The smart basketball shoe will let you make adjustments on the shoe itself, or with an app.
The price of the Back to the Future-style shoes is dropping by more than half.
The online retailer is trying to appeal to urban customers.