Money goes to charity, and swanky future shoes go to a lucky buyer. Everybody wins!
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They’re only a year late by Emmett Brown’s calendar and they’re not the sleek, gray high tops that Marty strapped on, but Nike’s first real self-lacing shoes will soon be on store shelves. […]
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Along with its new iPhone, Apple took to the stage at its annual keynote to introduce the second generation of its smartwatch, called the Apple Watch Series 2, which promises to help you […]
Great Scott! Remember those Air Mags you’ve been dying to get your hands on ever since they laced themselves up on Marty’s feet? Nike’s finally delivering the goods. Nike announced the high-tech kicks […]
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Nike and Apple have been fighting a class action lawsuit for the past two years over the Nike+ FuelBand. The two companies have finally agreed to settle the case, and that settlement sees […]
It’s almost the future. How can you tell? It’s not the internet-connected supercomputer in your pocket or vastly extended life expectancy, it’s the shoes. Nike is expected to launch a full-functional version of […]
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With Motorola launching the MotoMaker today -- a service that allows you to customize and purchase a Moto X -- we couldn't help but be reminded by one of the internet's most prevalent product customization services, Nike's NikeID. Which service offers more customization options? Will your dope new customized basketball sneakers reflect your personality more than your sleek new customized Moto X?
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