Peak Design, a company known for its travel bags and camera accessories, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Mobile, an ecosystem of magnetic smartphone accessories, like Apple's MagSafe.
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The Kickstarter union has reached an agreement with the management to support laid-off employees after the company fired over 45% of the staff due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Following a debut during gamescom's Opening Night Live and the launch of the Kickstarter campagin, Rockfish Games' CEO has posted an update stating the game won't be exclusive to the Epic Games Store.
Unihertz unveiled the Titan just a couple of weeks ago, showing us a BlackBerry Passport-esque handset. The firm made it available with a starting price of $199 through Kickstarter, which sold out.
Unihertz is preparing to launch a new smartphone that looks to be inspired by the Blackberry Passport. The handset offers a wide 4.5-inch display, QWERTY keyboard and will be priced at $199.
Since Apple ditched the MagSafe connector in its MacBooks in favor of USB Type-C, some companies have tried to replicate the magnetic connector with adapters. The ThunderMag is the latest attempt.
Chuwi debuted its UBook tablet with a hinge towards the middle of the month and has now made it available through Kickstarter. The unit will start at $349 and could include a free keyboard and stylus.
A new privacy-oriented social network called Openbook has gained the support of notable security experts. The firm is due to launch its KickStarter on Tuesday to raise funds to build the new network.
A new Kickstarter project aims to launch a new device called the SwitchEcho, a blend of a kickstand, power bank and speaker for the Nintendo Switch. The project has already hit its funding goal.
There are hundreds of different options when it comes to smartwatches. Despite this, you can still manage to own something unique, like the Swiss-made X-ONE H1 with mechanical movement.
Kickstarter has had some wonderful projects over the past few years but sometimes there are some that don't look right. A new project is claiming that it will produce an unreleased Super Mario game.
Virtual reality continues to be a big draw these days, with many companies jumping into the arena. 4K is the new buzzword, but Chinese company Pimax Kickstarted an 8K headset, which is now delayed.
The founder of the Eelo project has penned an open letter to Tesla CEO Elon Musk. The letter seeks to gain funding for the privacy project from the billionaire despite reaching its Kickstarter goal.
If you're looking for a bit of comic relief or are fed up with carrying around a bulky smartphone, the Zanco tiny t1, which costs just £30, is probably going to be an alluring option.
There have been robots that can vacuum, clean windows, and even help with the gardening, but SpinX is a robot that lives in a toilet lid which can brush and clean a toilet in about 90 seconds.
After being announced in May, Kickstarter is finally going live in Japan starting on September 13. Those that are interested in starting a campaign can currently email the company their ideas.
The spin-off of 1984's BattleTech recently smashed its Kickstarter goal and was scheduled for release this year, but the developer announced that it will move the release date ahead.
If you have been looking for a smartwatch that looks as good as a traditional luxury timepiece but offers some features of a smartwatch, the kinetic self-charging Sequent watch might be for you.
After two years in development, the Kado Wallet is now available on Kickstarter and is claiming to be the world's thinnest charger. The product can be funded for $39 and is only 5mm thin.
The UP Core is an $89 single-board computer that has been funded through a Kickstarter campaign. The board goes up against the likes of Raspberry Pi devices and even performs better than the Pi 3.
With Alpha 3.0.0 looming on the horizon, Star Citizen now has over $150 million in funding thanks to its community, bringing it closer than ever to becoming the highest crowd-funded project ever.
The Light Phone is ready to be shipped to the wider public by the end of May. The handset is intended for those who want to free themselves from their demanding and vulnerable smartphones.
If you've ever wanted a piece of furniture that also featured a built-in game of Pong, look no further. While the original was digital, this version includes physical pieces that glide using magnets.
Facebook has unveiled that users will soon be able to start fundraisers for a variety of causes on the social network, and Pages will be able to accept donations during live videos.
If you've ever wanted to expand your smartphone experience to a larger screen, you might want to take a look at Superscreen. The $99 wireless display tethers via an app and works just like your phone.
If you've been looking to get your Ghouls ‘n Ghosts fix, Battle Princess Madelyn might just be what you're looking for. The game has been in development for a bit and is now headed to Kickstarter.
The Eye is a crowdfunded iPhone case that literally sandwiches an Android device and iPhone back to back. The case also includes many other nifty features, creating a standalone franken-phone.
If you've been curious about microscopic life, but have yet to purchase a full blown microscope, Foldscope might be an option for you. The paper microscope will be available for pre-order tomorrow.
ZTE could rethink the design and specifications of its crowdsourced smartphone, Hawkeye, as it failed to impress backers on Kickstarter due to the device's mid-range specifications.
If you have been wanting a gimbal to create smoother videos with your smartphone, the Steadicam Volt might be your affordable answer. The Kickstarter project can be funded for $139 USD.
The 5Q mechanical keyboard features a 104-key keyset and Omron switches, while notifications and other information can be streamed through the programmable RGB-lit keys. Pre-orders start at $229.
NuAns' Kickstarter campaign to sell the Neo worldwide reached just 20% of its target, with only 489 backers - but the company says it's "planning a re-launch with an updated version" of the device.
Japanese company NuAns has failed to achieve its Kickstarter goal of $725,000 for its NuAns Neo Windows 10 Mobile handset, managing to amass only $142,368 from 489 backers in 45 days.
With 18 days left on the Kickstarter campaign to make the stylish Windows 10 Mobile handset available worldwide, just 438 backers have pledged a total of $125,000 - well short of the $725,000 goal.
The NuAns NEO Windows 10 Mobile handset, with its unique design and covers, is finally going global. Those interested can get it for as little as $270 while supplies last on Kickstarter.
Krita 3.0 has been released, realising the goals of its successful Kickstarter campaign which it ran last year. Some of the stretch goals were delayed until the 3.1 release due later this year.
Pebble recently teased everyone on Twitter by announcing that they have some "juicy details" to tell us, and now we know what the company is up to: new Pebbles, and an interesting new accessory.
The highly funded Kickstarter project, Mighty No. 9, is finally making its way to consoles, after three years in development. The delayed title will see a global release in June.
If you missed your chance to purchase the Nextbit Robin on Kickstarter, the handset is now being offered at a special promotional price on Amazon. The promo will run from May 4th to the 10th.
In a move away from its original ARM-based boards, UDOO is launching an Intel-based maker board compatible with Arduino 101 shields and capable of running Linux, Windows or Android.