If you're still chasing the Marty McFly dream, Nike's self-tightening shoe is coming around for the second time this weekend. While a few pairs of the $ 720 HyperAdapt 1.0 were available late last year, the company is rolling more out around the world…
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At Nike’s showroom in New York City, we tried on Nike’s highly anticipated self-lacing shoes, Hyperadapt 1.0. Tiffany Beers, senior innovator at Nike, spoke with us about its creation and how the future Hyperadapt sneakers may look.
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SoHo is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in New York City. It's home to hundreds of shops from some of the most popular brands, including Apple, Adidas and, as of last month, Google. Now you can add Nike to this list. The sportswear giant will soon…
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If you fancy swanning about in a pair of those flashy ‘Back to the Future’ sneakers that can lace themselves up, get over to Nike’s website now, pay $ 10, and enter its all-proceeds-to-charity raffle. There are 89 pairs up for grabs.
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In a recent interview, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver stated that Nike’s dedication to sports science and wearable technology will do a better job as the league’s official apparel provider than Adidas did.
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It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That’s why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Nike’s charitable way of celebrating Back to the Future to iOS 9.1 and new emoji for iPhone owners, it’s all here.
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