The Agent smart watch - which went live on Kickstarter just a few short days ago - has already managed to raise over $336,000 from close to 2,000 backers.
I think it's pretty safe to say that most people these days own some sort of smartphone, whether it is powered by Android or iOS. While many only use their handset to make calls, stream the occasional video, and check Facebook or e-mail, there are those of use who lean heavily on a smartphone for business and work.
Building or programming robots may sound like a lot of fun, but most people probably have no idea where to start. Well, all that is about to change, courtesy of Sparki.
PlayJam's Android-powered GameStick turned up on Kickstarter earlier this year, seeking money from the masses.
An interesting new project has turned up on Kickstarter that DIY electronic enthusiasts will undoubtedly love.
We know that the Veronica Mars movie raised a hell of a lot of money through the crowd-funding site Kickstarter in record time, over a million in five hours, and it poured in fast enough to get the movie greenlit by Warner Brothers.
External storage options (or lack thereof) is often a critical factor in choosing a new Android smartphone.
Quite a lot of us never really gave up building with our beloved Lego bricks. Then again, most of probably never spent the time or effort designing a gigantic custom project.
A new DIY project dubbed DUO has hit Kickstarter, which can best be described as a high-performance 3D sensor for the masses.
MiiPC has taken to Kickstarter in an effort to gain backing for what it describes as an $89 Android-powered family computer.
A Kickstarter campaign recently raised an incredible $2.5 million dollars for a Veronica Mars movie, which then received a green light from Warner Brothers.
Kickstarter is typically associated with new video games or consumer electronic projects hoping to cross over from the murky world of vaporware.
One of the things that has always most impressed me about bartenders is that they often remember all the components that go into the mixing of a specific drink off the top of their heads.
There are a number of Android-powered game consoles that have hit Kickstarter and other crowd-sourced funding websites over the last several months.
When the Ouya game consoles on Kickstarter first appeared, quite a number of us couldn't help but wonder when and where we would be able to purchase the consoles in the real world.
Commander Keen creator wants you to make a platformer like his.
We recently ran several stories about the GameStick, an Android-powered device that allows users to play video games on a big-screen TV in the living room.
It seems like every time you turn around there's yet another project on Kickstarter attempting to bring mobile Android video games to the big-screen in your living room.
It’s no secret of history that many scientific and social advances were seen first in the pages of science fiction, and this project seeks to show you the ones most of us don’t know about.
The Pebble 'smart watch' that's generated so much interest on Kickstarter now has a ship date - 23rd January - with the 85,000 backers of the project set to receive their watches a few weeks later.