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GoPro CEO talks early designs, competitors and what's next
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman helped revolutionize the way people see the world around them by creating a durable camera that can strap to your body. The company has sold more than 21 million cameras, making it the most popular camera of all time. Woodman sits down with TODAY's Willie Geist and shares what makes him most proud of the camera. (Run time: 6:41)Sun, 24 Jul 2016 13:28:25 GMT
How necessary is it to build a wall across the Mexican border?
Donald Trump has repeatedly called for building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico to combat undocumented immigration, but are things as bad at the border as the GOP nominee suggests? MSNBC's Jacob Soboroff reports for Sunday TODAY on the technology and border patrol agents watching the land between the two countries. (Run time: 5:51)Sun, 24 Jul 2016 13:27:05 GMT
Donald Trump goes in for an 'air kiss': See this week's highs and lows
TODAY's Willie Geist gives you a rundown of the week's winners and losers, including Donald Trump's "air kiss" for Mike Pence during the Republican National Convention and the reporter caught playing "Pok?mon Go" during a briefing about ISIS. (Run time: 3:22)Sun, 24 Jul 2016 13:17:30 GMT
19 ways to tell (and guess!) if you're having a boy or girl
Forget about waiting 40 torturous weeks to determine the sex of your baby. Check out some ways to determine whether you should break out the pink or blue.Mon, 28 Oct 2013 20:39:00 GMT
Web extra: See an early GoPro prototype that's only a wrist strap
The original idea for GoPro wasn't to make a camera, but rather a wrist strap that people could mount other cameras on. GoPro CEO Nick Woodman tells Sunday TODAY's Willie Geist about how he realized the need to design and build his own cameras, and changed the company's history. (Run time: 1:43)Sun, 24 Jul 2016 12:30:57 GMT