Reddit has launched a crowdfunding platform for its members called Redditmade — another in a series of bets that Reddit has made on the power of its community, something traditional media companies could learn from
What if your stereo knew who was in the room, and which music they liked? That’s what Prizm wants to do with its context-aware streaming adapter.
Canadian journalist Jesse Brown decided he needed to get paid for his podcast or give it up, so he asked his listeners for help by setting up a crowdfunding campaign through Patreon, a platform like Kickstarter that is designed to support long-term projects
Building hardware is hard. So is raising venture capital. So which of the two big crowdfunding sites offer an entrepreneur the best chance at both?
A clever new Kickstarter uses a Lenovo Thinkpad A/C adapter to charge a big external battery for your phone.
Most companies are connecting the kitchen in isolation via individual tools, but a better approach is to view cooking like an business process that needs data from the supply chain to the finished product.
Need a combination tripod and timed or remote shutter for your iPhone? Consider the CaseCam, which uses a mirror that doubles as a stand, along with special software that can snap a pic from another iPhone or after a certain amount of time.
Ever wish there was a MagSafe charger for your phone? A new Kickstarter promises two accessories that could make magnetic charging possible.
British blogger Brown Moses, also known as Eliot Higgins, has become a leading source of fact-checked information about military activity in Syria and elsewhere, despite having no journalistic training. And now he wants to bring those skills to others through a site called Bellingcat.
Replacing dumb kitchen appliances with smarter ones will likely take decades, and given the fights over who will control the home, you may not want to start yet. Here’s a retrofit that may help.