Land mines can often outlast the conflict that led to their deployment by years. Around the world, forgotten land mines are triggered by civilians every day, but there’s a project on Kickstarter that’s […]
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‘This is Fine’ has become one of the most-used memes of our time, probably because it so succinctly describes someone being in denial. It’s been used for nearly everything and everyone, from companies […]
Ever skipped packing a second pair of shoes for a trip because they took up too much room in your bag or added too much weight? You’ll never have that problem with Skinners. […]
As we’ve previously reported, a remake of System Shock is currently in the works. This game is being redone from scratch as a modern title but will contain all of the elements that […]
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Toilet foot. It sounds like some kind of horrible medical condition, but thankfully it’s not. It’s actually a new invention that’s going to revolutionize how you go to the bathroom, or at least […]
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Das Keyboard is one of the companies that popularized the modern mechanical keyboard for mainstream computer users, and now it’s taking to Kickstarter in hopes of being at the forefront of another shift. […]
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Mighty No. 9 is boring and ugly -- and it took four years to make.
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Pebble was one of the first companies to really take a swing at making a modern smartwatch. Its first product came out more than a year before Android Wear and two years before […]
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3D printing was a hot emerging market in 2013, but all the printers were so expensive. Enter the Peachy Printer, a $100 3D printer that was funded on Kickstarter to the tune of […]
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Coming to a Terms of Service Agreement near you, PayPal will no longer let you get out of those dead on arrival crowdfunded projects beginning June 25. It’s certainly a move aimed at protecting […]
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One of the Raspberry Pi’s best attributes is how easy it is to give it additional functionality. Some add-ons let you power it via a network cable. Others turn it into a laptop. […]
Earlier this week, legendary game developers John Romero and Adrian Carmack launched a Kickstarter campaign for a new FPS game called Blackroom. Though people were excited for the prospect of a new FPS […]
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