Now available for preorder, this Indiegogo success story will have your smartphone chirping if anything's amiss in the coal mine you call home.
Khosla Ventures is among those that plowed funds into a startup that has already attracted a lot of attention on crowdfunding site Indiegogo.
Powered by the historic IndieGogo campaign Canary brings home security into the palm of your hands.
The most successful product in Indiegogo history prepares for a 2014 debut.
The browser update includes the ability to scroll backward or forward with the slide of a hand.
A new multi-sensor home security hub currently seeking funding on Indiegogo monitors your home while you're out, learning your movements and sending you live updates in real time.
The startup is developing a $199 home security device with an HD camera and multiple sensors that is managed by an iOS or Android smartphone.
This experimental feature helps you load Web sites when connection issues are present on either side.
Mac users who want to stay a step ahead of the Chrome developer channel can try the Canary version now. Beware: it hasn't been tested by humans first.
With a new fast-moving, developer-oriented version of Chrome, Google hopes to find trouble spots sooner. Canary runs alongside other versions of Chrome.