Relive a poignant "Game of Thrones" scene with a doorstop strong enough to hold back an army of wights.
Your dream of drawing your tongue across your cat's fur is now close to being realized with the Licki Brush. All the fun, none of the hairballs.
Lego-compatible building blocks are embedded with sensors and electronics so that you can build app-controlled IFTTT projects.
Believe it's butter. The handheld Biem gadget melts those pesky sticks on demand for your cooking convenience.
A huge cache of declassified CIA documents are technically open to the public, but too difficult for most to access. A Kickstarter campaign wants to change that.
Most trees grow in the ground. Kickstarter project Air Bonsai defies the conventions and helps tiny well-pruned trees float in the air.
Technically Incorrect: A Tennessee woman reportedly raises $800 after she goes to GoFundMe to make up for her futile spending on Powerball tickets.
Indiegogo expands its popular funding platform to the Fortune 1000 as the Internet flexes its muscle over the way products are made.
With no screen, camera, microphone or even the ability to make a call, the NoPhone could be the most useless gift since the Pet Rock.
What do you get when you take vintage tractor headlamps, put them on a superhero-style body and add some new tech? Lampster, a runaway Kickstarter success.
Your gaming future could look bright, if a set of LED glowing-dot dice takes off on Kickstarter.
Up for noshing on some worms? Start a protein-rich mealworm ranch in your own home with a Kickstarter project aimed at sustainable living.
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