After more than a year of waiting, Kickstarter supporters who pledged their money will start to receive their Phonejoy game controller. This controller promises to bring button-mashing enjoyment to your Android device, no matter their size.
Modular smartphones are popular, but what if the same could be accomplished on a smart wearable? Google’s Project Ara wants to let you snap together a phone or tablet with little modular add-ons, and Blocks wants you to have the same functionality for your wrist. The concept is similar to Project Ara, and equally attractive.
Kickstarter has confirmed news of a hacker attack. Details of the hack were shared on the company blog this weekend, and include mention of "unauthorized access to some" customer data. As with any sort of data hack, the first step for those with a Kickstarter account should be to change your password. And to clarify, change it to a secure password that you aren't using anywhere else.
The folks over at Omate TrueSmart seem to be fond of this good news, bad news type of update. After yet another few weeks of delay, the smartwatch is ready to ship to you this weekend. That is, if you chose the US version of the device.
You've probably had your fill of docks and chargers and charging docks, but you've probably met very few that can charge as many as 6 of them in record time. That is exactly the claim that All-Dock is making in its Kickstarter campaign that is nearing a successful end.
There are some ideas that, when presented, look so simple and obvious that one wonders why no one has ever though of it yet. One such idea is the smartphone accessory Torso and its making its way through Kickstarter right now.
If you've got the cash to burn and looking for an interesting, if not peculiar, gadget to invest in, then this Grippity Android tablet on Kickstarter might be something to put on your list. Not only does this contraption make use of a translucent LCD display, it also has capacitive touchscreen panels on both front and back sides.
Why settle for an app that simply lets you pretend to have night vision when you can have the real deal. Introducing the Snooperscope, a wireless camera you can attach to your smartphone that allows you to see things in the dark or things not easily visible to the naked eye, for less nefarious purpose, hopefully.
The folks at Pebble have announced the news we suspect many have been waiting for, the app store. In this case, that will be the "Pebble appstore" and it is expected to be open and ready sometime in "early" 2014. The specifics beyond that have yet to be revealed, however the folks at Pebble have said the store will integrate seamlessly with the existing Android app.