- News tagged "kickstarter"
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015
How does a lamp with a levitating light source that doesn't wear out sound? It's like something out of a sci-fi movie isn't it? Well, if you don't mind spending around $212, there's a way to get one.
Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
Cameras come in all shapes and sizes, but we've never seen one quite like this.
Thursday, 12 Feb 2015
If you're a photobug missing the good old days of having physical photos around, you might want to get Prynt.
Wednesday, 14 Jan 2015
Would you like a robot maid at your beck and call? Do you have US$1200 to spare? If you've answered yes to both questions, we have something to show you that just might make your day.
Wednesday, 24 Dec 2014
It's a great time for fans of the Back to the Future trilogy (Back to the Future II fans especially). We've seen the hoverboard become a reality, which led to many wondering what tech from the movie will be next. Now we know.
Thursday, 20 Nov 2014
If you're a parent of a kid (or even a curious kitten or puppy), one of the fears you probably have is your child playing (or poking or prodding) a live power outlet. What would you say if we tell you that there's (potentially) a product that might eliminate that fear entirely?
Thursday, 23 Oct 2014
If you're an 80s kid, you'd know what Back to the Future is. Now what's the one thing that everybody wants from the series? Hint: It can hover, but it's not the DeLorean.
Friday, 17 Oct 2014
Are you planning to search the depths for Atlantis, take a walk inside an active volcano or get struck by lightning while keeping your precious data safe? Then the VIUD is perfect for you!
Tuesday, 8 Jul 2014
One of the most unlikely Kickstarter campaigns has turned into a huge success story as thousands of people back Zack 'Danger' Brown in his goal to make potato salad. While his initial funding goal was set at a modest $10, Brown has now racked up US$29,384 in funding with 25 days left to go.
Tuesday, 1 Jul 2014
The Reading Rainbow Kickstarter campaign is now the most-backed campaign ever. It aims to bring Reading Rainbow to as many children as possible, and encourage them to start reading. It has even managed to get the other top four Kickstarter campaigns (Pebble, OUYA, Pono and Veronica Mars) to help with its mission.