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Kickstarter racks up over $2 million for two projects

For the first time ever, two projects on the crowd-source funding platform exceeded $1 million each--both in the same day.

By February 9, 2012


Kickstarter grounds Eye3 flying camera

Drone enthusiasts cry foul, saying the Eye3 is too good to be true and too similar to existing products.

By January 31, 2012


HiddenRadio Bluetooth speaker raises almost $1 million on Kickstarter

HiddenRadio, an upcoming Bluetooth speaker with a built-in AM/FM radio, is a Kickstarter project that has received close to $1 million in funding.

By January 18, 2012


From Kickstarter to CES: Video lens does 360s on the iPhone

The GoPano device clips onto an iPhone and lets you take smooth 360-degree videos. It's much more than a party trick.

By January 8, 2012


Kickstarter spotlight: search for a lost da Vinci mural

Here's a camera story with a difference: an American photojournalist is on the search for a lost mural from a Renaissance master, and wants to use a gamma camera to find it.

By September 4, 2011


Kickstarter funding for a Tower Records documentary film

Colin Hanks (Tom's son) started working on a Tower Records documentary film in 2008, and he's now he's getting close to finishing it.

By June 12, 2011


Kickstarter spotlight: iShuttr

Delving into Kickstarter in a search to find valuable projects, here's a neat way to turn your iPhone 4 into an (almost) fully functional point-and-shoot camera.

By June 2, 2011


Kickstarter spotlight: Taposé

Delving into Kickstarter in a search to find valuable projects, we've come across a fantastic iPad app concept called Taposé.

By April 6, 2011


Roundup: Apple iOS device accessories on Kickstarter

Recent successful funding efforts from many independent designers, including Dan Provost and Tom Gerhardt's iPhone 4 accessory The Glif, have inspired many new projects seeking to cash in on Apple's vastly popular accessory market via crowd-source funding Web site Kickstarter.

By March 29, 2011


Instaprint spits out your Instagram photos Polaroid-style

A new Kickstarter project by New York-based design firm Breakfast cooks up a combination of Instagram, Polaroid, and photo booths.

By March 6, 2012