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It's been less than a full day, but the company behind the YotaPhone 2 can already pop the champagne corks, as they have raised their target of $50,000 - in fact, they more than doubled it.
Zap&Go, the first commercial graphene supercapacitor charger offering five minute charging and portability, will soon wrap up its successful Indiegogo campaign.
In just a few hours Jolla managed to blast past its $380k goal to bring a tablet to the masses that will seriously undercut the big players in the same market, now they want to add more features.
Although there are robots which aim to tackle daily tasks, Jibo wants to be the first affordable one to earn a place in your home and the project has passed its Indiegogo goal already.
Although there is no shortage of smartwear for users, Ritot takes a different approach by projecting the data onto your wrist, and it has reached its Indiegogo goal already.
A new Indiegogo project for the Surface Pro (and Pro 2) is a case for your tablet that adds multiple USB ports, angles the keyboard, and even includes some memory card readers. Will it reach its goal?
QSAlpha announced it will begin production on the hackproof Quasar IV. The company says a partnership with a leading consumer manufacturer will ensure the world's most secure phone will be produced.
As expected, Canonical's crowdsourced campaign to fund development of their Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone failed to reach its highly ambitious $32 million goal.
The Ubuntu Edge smartphone has now broken the record for the most money raised for a fixed crowd sourced campaign, but it is still well behind the pace to reach its $32 million goal.
The crowd sourced fund raising campaign for the Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone has raised less than $10 million of its $32 million goal with just 10 days to go before the campaign shuts down.
Canonical has launched a massive crowd sourcing campaign to help fund its Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone, as it hope to raise $32 million via the Indiegogo website.
A company called Gnomio is seeking funds from a crowd sourcing website to launch the development of a Bluetooth-based watch that will be designed to link up to Windows Phone 8 smartphones.
With more than a month left to go, the internet has decided that Nikola Tesla had better get a museum in his honor, providing the cause with close to a million of the 1.7 million dollars needed.