A Kickstarter campaign promises a usable and well-designed wireless charger built with sustainable materials. Is it a great idea, or is it too expensive?
Canadian startup AeroVelo is designing a speedbike that targets up to 140 km/h speeds. Will the “Eta” bike break the current human-powered land speed record of 133.8 km/h?
In one of the more interesting Kickstarter crowd-funding campaigns of late, the kGoal Smart Kegel Trainer is an interactive training system for pelvic floor exercises designed for women. And yes, it vibrates!
Wires can get in the way of a great listening experience, and tangled wires can often be a cause of inconvenience and equipment damage. Earin promises great quality wireless listening in a small package.
Another climate control startup gets funded on Kickstarter. Check out how tado’s intelligent cooling control can save your energy bills and make life more comfortable with the Internet of Things.
Animated GIFs have never been easier to make.
Washington state files the first crowdfunding related lawsuit against a playing card maker that didn’t deliver.
Roam & Wander’s plush toys aim to convert the typical iPhone and iPad into tactile and interactive educational toys.
Gramofon aims to make it easier for you to stream music from cloud services like Spotify.
Kickstarter, the popular crowd-funding website, has been hacked via a security breach, but the company's co-founder affirms that credit card info was never compromised.
Samsung might have had a slew of high-end Android tablets, curved HD TVs and a mumbling Michael Bay to show off at CES 2014, Intel flaunted a sleek wearable-sized PC and innovative dual OS platform, but the much lower-profile Neptune Pine could ultimately steal everyone’s Vegas thunder.
Neverending Nightmares — the indie project inspired by the developer’s own battle with mental illness — squeezed past its Kickstarter goal with just hours left before the deadline and will release next year on Ouya, Windows, Mac and Linux simultaneously.
Gamestick will be hitting general availability on October 29th. The Android-based console has been fraught with delays and production setbacks, but PlayJam, the console’s manufacturer, has confirmed that this time around Gamestick will be heading out to shelves without any further issues.
Today, two separate companies announced the launch of two separate all-in-one 3D printers, both backed by Kickstarter campaigns.
Peter Molyneux’s latest crowdfunding game, Godus, is entering beta on September 13th through Steam’s Early Access. Godus was first announced on Kickstarter and went on to make $750,000.
A Kickstarter project raised $120,000 to develop a board game, but the creator used all the money, cancelled the project and left the backers in the dust.
Successful Kickstarter funded campaign Pebble, a Smartwatch, lands exclusive retail deal with Best Buy, to go on sale from 7th July for $150.
Carrying around chargers, earphones, pens, and whatever else you need can be a hassle when the whole point of a smaller device is to be as mobile as possible. That’s where this new product could potentially help you.
Could the Omni change the way games are moving?
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