This Kickstarter project gets you an 11,200 mAh mobile power pack for $50, which can charge a smartphone to 100% capacity 8-10 times.
Game Stick’s Kickstarter campaign comes to an end today with over 600% more pledges than planned.
GameStick, a game console that runs Android, has finalized it’s controller and dock designs with help from Kickstarter suggestions
With three really good mobile gaming platforms being prepared for release, which is the best? Which is right for you? We take a look at all three!
Earlier today Gamestick was pulled off of Kickstarter out of nowhere, due to a possible intellectual property issue. The good news is that PlayJam has responded clarifying that this is a temporary issue and that they are working to resolve the problem.
Having already surpassed its required funding, GameStick have announced some stretch goals. If the goals are reached, users will have the option to choose the device’s colors, and there’s potential for MicroSD support as well.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Carbon Audio launched its Zooka Bluetooth speaker exclusively in Apple stores back in August. Now it’s going to be much easier to get your hands on one, because as of October 6, the Zooka is now available in Target stores nationwide.
The Everpurse phone charger is basically a purse with an insert for a smartphone. The insert is fitted with a charging dock that charges your phone whenever you put inside. To charge the purse itself, just place it on the bundled wireless charging mat. According to the Kickstarter page, the purse can provide enough energy to charge an iPhone twice.
The L8 SmartLight wireless notifies users of SMS, calls, social media updates, emails and other events. The LED lamp now includes support for accelerometer and ambient noise sensors. This means you can program the SmartLight to light up or display certain patterns and colors when it is triggered by movement or noise.
When it comes to attracting pledges and attention from Android and iOS users everywhere, it’s hard to call the Pebble smartwatch anything other than a massive success. The idea of a smartwatch with its own apps and the ability to connect to a smartphone through Bluetooth is certainly compelling enough. While an official release date has yet to be settled on, Pebble has recently posted a video demo of the smartphone UI to its Kickstarter page in order to generate some new excitement for the watch’s user interface.