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Segway built a smarter robot lawnmower

Segway built a smarter robot lawnmower

Segway may be best known for its balancing scooters, but its latest wheeled product is happy on the ground where it can focus on keeping the lawn trimmed. The Segway Navimow is the company's first robotic lawnmower and, while it may not be the first option in the space, it does promise a much easier setup with no need for a perimeter wire.

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Spin rolling out remote-control e-scooter to park them properly

Spin rolling out remote-control e-scooter to park them properly

Spin is an electric scooter company that operates in various cities around the United States, providing mobility scooters that can be rented and parked when done. However, Spin says an improperly parked scooter can be a hazard to pedestrians, particularly those with disabilities. In San Francisco, California, where Spin has its largest fleet of scooters, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority requires operators to respond to improperly parked scooters in under two hours and can fine operators $100 for each incorrectly part scooter.

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Self-balancing butt of a thousand jokes, the Segway is being discontinued

Self-balancing butt of a thousand jokes, the Segway is being discontinued

The Segway self-balancing scooter is being discontinued, ending nearly two decades of production for one of the most hyped - and divisive - gadgets on wheels. Lauded initially as the future of transportation, the Segway never turned out to disrupt city travel in quite the way its creators hoped it might.

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Segway reveals weird S-Pod balancing chair and Air T15 e-scooter

Segway reveals weird S-Pod balancing chair and Air T15 e-scooter

Segway has revealed its new CES 2020 range, with a foldable electric scooter and a weird balancing seating-pod on wheels trundling into the Las Vegas show. The Segway S-Pod and Segway KickScoot Air T15 promise two new - and easier - ways to deliver electric transportation, including for those unable or unwilling to stand up.

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Segway Shared Scooter Max, Loomo Deliver to fix last mile problems

Segway Shared Scooter Max, Loomo Deliver to fix last mile problems

Segway made a name for its self with its initially odd-looking “personal transporters” and, later on, the first hoverboards. But while they may look like toys for some, Segway’s mission has always been about conquering the “last mile” of transportation, those few hundred steps between your card and your actual destination. At CES 2019 next week, it will be showcasing not just its current lineup of products but two new ones, including a self-driving delivery robot.

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Segway Drift W1 e-Skates pre-order: this is how much it costs

Segway Drift W1 e-Skates pre-order: this is how much it costs

Segway is perhaps most famous for “personal transportation” products like the PT but it has also become infamous for breeding the ill-fated and poorly-named “hoverboards”. But while the Segway PT and its kin were designed for more serious uses, Segway has branched out to produce a more whimsical and fun way to get from A to B. That’s the Drift W1 electric roller skates and you can pre-order them now if you have the cash to spare.

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Segway Drift W1 e-Skates wants to bring back the 90s

Segway Drift W1 e-Skates wants to bring back the 90s

When was the last time you seriously saw kids and adults (OK, mostly adults) on roller or inline skates? While skateboards never truly disappeared and continue to have a sub-culture, skates have mostly gone out of fashion long ago. In the spirit of making old things new again, Segway is announcing the Drift W1, the first, not the only, of its new e-Skates line. Fortunately, they’re not calling it hoverskates this time.

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Segway miniPLUS and miniLITE continue the comeback at IFA 2017

Segway miniPLUS and miniLITE continue the comeback at IFA 2017

Though it may seem like it's been quite some time since we heard from Segway, the company has actually been trying to make a comeback lately. After a series of acquisitions that saw Segway changing hands frequently, the company introduced a new personal transporter last year called the miniPRO. Today, Segway announced its intention to continue the mini line, introducing the miniLITE and the miniPLUS at IFA 2017.

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Segway hack: Hoverboard fires were tip of the iceberg

Segway hack: Hoverboard fires were tip of the iceberg

Hoverboard fires weren't enough to deter some users from rolling these two-wheeled vehicles. Now we've got hackers taking to the streets, too. What one security company found in a popular Segway-brand Hoverboard will be enough to turn your stomach - or at least scrape up your knees as your Hoverboard is remotely commanded to stop, quite abruptly.

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Loomo Go is an autonomous delivery robot from Segway

Loomo Go is an autonomous delivery robot from Segway

Intel recently took to the stage to introduce Loomo Go, an autonomous delivery robot created by Segway Robotics. The robot can be operated like an actual Segway, at least per the demonstration by Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, but it is much more than that. Using various technologies, Loomo is able to perceive the world around it and operate through it, doing so as part of an overall delivery process to bring humans objects.

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Amazon exclusive Segway miniPro cruises 14 miles per charge

Amazon exclusive Segway miniPro cruises 14 miles per charge

Segway has been around with electric personal transportation devices for a long time and has announced the launch of a new self-balancing personal transport called Ninebot by Segway miniPro. The miniPro promises to be an exciting way to enable recreational outdoor lifestyles for consumers. The self-balancing device has an on-board computer that tracks rider movements at over 100 times per second and has sensors along with a processor to keep it upright.

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Xiaomi Mi TV 3 rocks 4K resolution and detachable mainboard

Xiaomi Mi TV 3 rocks 4K resolution and detachable mainboard

Chinese firm Xiaomi has unveiled some cool new Mi products that couldn’t be any different. One of them is a high-end TV with 4K resolution called the Mi TV 3 and the other is a battery-powered ride on device called the Ninebot mini that is like a tiny Segway scooter, only significantly more affordable. The Ninebot mini looks like a last mile sort of device intended to get you from your car to work without breaking a sweat.

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