Great technology is best with great design. This does not involve only aesthetics, but also usability, accessibility and functionality. When wireless charging technology came into fashion, for example, the intent was to enable untethered powering-up. However, design limitations resulted in some difficulty creating chargers that are both easy to use and well-designed. Case in point: While wireless charging gives you the convenience of just placing your device on a desk, mat or a car dashboard, you won’t be able to use it as easily as if the device were simply plugged in via wires. A Kickstarter project called Swich tries to…
Is there something rotten in the state of crowdfunding? It seems some companies are exploiting the goodwill and cash of backers on Kickstarter and Indiegogo, but what are the rules anyway?
The Taptool is a unique wearable accessory designed to protect our fingers and joints from potential issues caused by prolonged touchscreen use. Keep reading for more details!
Snooperscope is an infrared equipped remote camera for mobile devices that promises to give you night vision and other cool abilities.
The Indiegogo campaign for the Ubuntu Edge smartphone failed to raise its goal of $32 million. While the project won’t go ahead, the campaign succeeded in raising public awareness of Ubuntu Phone.
With six days left to raise another $22 million, the future is uncertain for Canonical’s Android and Ubuntu smartphone.