$99 Android-powered PC for kids debuts on Kickstarter, complete with parental control app.
Nick Mastandrea wants to reinvent the mouse by putting it on your finger.
Who needs expensive bartending classes when you can have a robot mix you the perfect drink?
A team of inventors have created a 3D printer that turns midair gestures into printed objects.
Cup of coffee too hot? Harvest some of that waste energy to charge your gadgets.
Most of us plug in our phones at night to charge. This light-up cable eliminates any groping around in the dark while making that connection.
iPad gaming gets serious with the Audojo, a case that adds dual analogs and triggers.
This catalog of the Kickstarter's successes provides some insight into what exactly folks are willing to pay for.
Most functional jetpacks aren't really jetpacks. They're rocket belts, or ducted-fanpacks. To make an actual jetpack, you need some jet engines, and two guys have stuck four (barely) hobby-grade engines together into what they hope will become a working strap-on flying device.
A Kickstarter that offers 30 games from noted indie creators for $15 is nothing to sneeze at, but that's not even the product that's being promoted. There's actually no product at all: this Kickstarter is pushing for the creation of a dedicated game space in Los Angeles. That begs the question, what is a game space?