Two crowdfunded projects that opened up new categories of devices.
You can even turn it on and off from the light switch.
The Omate TrueSmart watch promises to have a built-in microSIM card slot, so you can make calls and get text messages without tethering to your smartphone.
You know you turned back to the previous page when you died instead of starting over. We’re all adults now; let’s be honest about it.
As much as $250,000 per project is up for grabs.
This is arguably the most innovative thing to happen to compact keyboard actions in years.
Recall the shock, heartbreak and the wholesale loss of your faith in humanity when you found out that the mute switch on the side of your iPhone didn’t actually completely mute all of the sounds to come out of your iPhone.
The first reviews of Ouya’s $100 game console are in, and they’re pretty ugly. But this is not an issue specific to Ouya.
Germany-based 4tiitoo is working on the NUIA EyeCharm, a $60 eye-tracking attachment for Microsoft’s Kinect motion controller. The product seeks $100,000 in funding from Kickstarter.
Musician Nataly Dawn talks about her new album’s Kickstarter inception, how she still went into debt to make it and why she’s frustrated with musician Amanda Palmer’s Kickstarter critics.
It’s a reminder that these projects are each and every one a gamble, not a guarantee, and that for all the potentially amazing products we could see from crowdfunded projects, sometimes things fall apart