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…
Damson is kickstarting a pair of Bluetooth bone conducting headphones, named Headbones, which comes complete with noise cancellation, a built-in mic, and plenty of other features.
There’s a new Kickstarter campaign worth keeping our eyes… or ears on. Earin comes to pioneer a new generation in true wireless audio.
The Energi 2K is the “Worlds Most Affordable Wall Charger with Battery by TYLT,” but is that good enough for you? Other chargers and power packs might be a better fit for you.
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?
There is another Kickstarter on the block, this time TVPRO is looking to be the first set-top box of its kind, bringing a 1080p HD webcam and built-in speakers to the smart TV experience.
AirBulb is more than just a smart LED light that can be controlled by your Android device, it also doubles as a Bluetooth speaker.
Right now the Plinth is attempting to win over pledges on Kickstarter, offering us a lightweight universal phone and tablet stand that fits in our pockets.
Flyfit aims to more accurately track your fitness by measuring leg movements for cycling, swimming, running, or stair climbing, directly from your ankle.
Wild Hare has beat their $50,000 Kickstarter goal for My N3RD, a smartphone controlled, WiFi connected power switch and sensor. You still have until February 23rd to get in on the campaign, where a $75 pledge will get you a unit of your own.