Physical buttons? Who wants more of those on their smartphone? Apparently over 22,000 backers, that’s who. Pressy has now exceeded its latest stretch goal, passing the $500k mark with 28 days remaining. Keep reading for more details!
Wish you had a customizable hardware button that could quickly launch important apps and settings? That’s exactly what the plug-in Pressy button is all about.
Developed by a Seattle- based graduate, Micro Phone Lens is a small silicon lens that provides 15X magnification for nearly any smartphone.
With six days left to raise another $22 million, the future is uncertain for Canonical’s Android and Ubuntu smartphone.
It’s great to see a system where everyone wins, really. We all get a more approachable way to solve problems, which is what any program or app is really designed to do. The hardcore programmers get to work on deeper stuff, and the designers of the world can get working on a product themselves, at least on a entry-level basis.
The Ouya is teeming with potential, but potential only gets you so far. The Ouya team understands this and is now working to help fund exclusive games for its Android-powered game system. Keep reading to learn more!
Android 4.2.2 -powered exercise equipment is all the rage, apparently. The Peloton Exercise Bike surpassed its $250,000 Kickstarter funding goal today.
The Spinpod is a new Kickstarter-funded device that wants to help you take better panorama shots and record impressive time-lapse videos.
We usually don’t get behind an iOS kickstarter, but when I spoke to the Pixel Press team, they were really excited for Android. They were starting to see potential in the openness of the platform, and pointed to things like Ouya and the recent update to Play Games as benefits to Android development. Are you planning on backing this kickstarter?
OUYA’s retail release date has been pushed back to June 25 due to unprecedented demand. On the plus side, the company has managed to attract a new $15 million investment to support game development.