Internet of Things (IoT) products are seemingly everywhere right now; big box home stores have whole sections devoted to them. But there are some significant barriers to entry holding back mass adoption, like cost and perceived complexity.
We are still probably a couple years away from prices dropping into a range where most consumers will ... Read More »
It was clear within hours of the project’s launch that this was an inevitability, but today Pebble Time has become the most funded Kickstarter in the history of the site.
Though funding has understandably slowed over the last few days, the project was still edging up slowly toward the record held by the Coolest Cooler ... Read More »
Pebble just unveiled its newest creation, the Pebble Time. The Pebble Time is the company’s latest smartwatch with a revamp that goes farther than the exterior design. The Pebble Time’s main selling point is its new display, which is a color e-ink display. The technology allows the Pebble Time to add vibrant colors to ... Read More »
One of the absolute coolest things about Android is what third-party accessory manufacturers can do with the platform. There may not be 10 million different cases for every Android handset on the market, but the ones that do exist can sometimes do some pretty awesome things. Take Cliq for example, a case currently on Kickstarter ... Read More »
Most Kickstarter campaigns we share have lofty goals of raising outlandish sums of money to create a smartwatch or even a dual-booting phone. This time around, we’d like to introduce you to Pressy, a cheap Android accessory that turns your headphone jack into a programmable button. While most of the fun with Kickstarter campaigns lies ... Read More »
Charging from various sources has always been hit and miss. With our current high performance smartphones and large batteries, charging takes far too long from some USB ports. And with our phones dying after less than a day, it’s imperative that we get that charge as fast as possible. But how can you tell how ... Read More »
Livi Design believes their new Casetop project is “one of the most important technological devices since the iPhone.” We wouldn’t go that far, but their gadget that turns almost any smartphone into a laptop is still a pretty cool idea. We have seen this concept before with Motorola’s Lapdock (which didn’t sell very ... Read More »
Over the past few years, the video game market has changed dramatically. In the past, the market was dominated by players like Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, but the proliferation of smartphones has turned the industry on its heels. While there are still millions of consumers who are willing to buy $60 games for a traditional ... Read More »
Nearly 50,000 people have already backed the Android-powered OUYA game console, but you still have seven days left if you want to pledge $99 and get a system and controller at launch. The affordable little console boasts a growing list of features like a Tegra 3 processor, support for OnLive, Read More »
Are you tempted to buy a smartwatch yet? Various models have been available for the last couple of years, but there haven’t been any success stories yet. The Pebble was the first smartwatch to generate some real buzz when it raised over $10 million on Kickstarter, but the device has been delayed and ... Read More »