GoPro launches drone, Note 7 replacements begin, Google event announcedGoPro surprises us with a front-mounted camera on its Karma drone. Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 replacement process starts. Google hints that it will announce a Google-branded phone in October.
This is cnet and here are the stories that matter right now. After months of rumors goPro is taking to the air with Karma, the action camera company's first consumer level drone. The Karma drone has a slim portable design with a three access camera stabilizer mounted at the front of the aircraft rather than underneath. Which is the placement preferred by many existing drones, like DJI [UNKNOWN] four. Comma will land in stores on the 23rd of October, with prices starting at $799. Following the global recall of the Galaxy Note 7, due to reports of exploding batteries, Samsung has started replacing devices in the UK and Ireland, and will begin doing so in the US tomorrow [MUSIC] Samsung says [INAUDIBLE] reports that sales of the Note 7 may not resume in the U.S. until later in October. [MUSIC] Roll on the fourth of October, Google has announced an event for that date, where it's expected it will show off a new phone. Google teased the event with a video of it's familiar search bar, morphing into the shape of a smart phone. It's been rumored that Google will make some new own brand phones by the end of 2016 possibly using the name Pixel. The event may also see new announcements from Google in the field of smart speakers and VR. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app in the app store.