Skarp's Laser Razor raised $4 million on Kickstarter, then got yanked. Is it a scam?
This luxurious Georgia bunker is 45 feet underground, houses about 20 people and can withstand a nuclear blast up to 20,000 tons. But that safety will cost you.
CEO Yancey Strickler says the crowdfunding site's new status as a public benefit corporation will further its goal to be a "place of empowerment for artists," even if the decision puts a pinch on profits.
With crowdfunding becoming a more viable option for people to finance their passion projects, an in-depth look at raw numbers lays out the path to success.
You might not be able to stomach ground crickets as a snack, even if they are good for your health and the planet. But Fido? What does he know?
In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis finds three gadgets on the crowdfunding site that are a new take on old tech.
The Buccaneer 3D printer was a major crowdfunding success in 2013 but two years on, the company has owned up to having bitten off more than it could chew.
A shed-building company plans to build its zombie-proof cabin on the site of a Zombie Infection attraction, with help from backers willing to settle for temporary security from the undead hordes.
A futuristic razor that promises to shave with lasers and raised millions on Kickstarter gets kicked off the site for not having a fully functional prototype. But it's found a new home on Indiegogo.
The Blocks smartwatch is meant to be customized and upgraded piece by piece to give you a choice of features like better battery life and GPS.