Kickstarter project Nimb is the latest in a niche category of wearable tech devoted to personal safety.
Connect it to any audio source and this wearable subwoofer emits haptic feedback vibrations that sync up perfectly with your music.
Have you considered Kickstarter, Mr. Trump?
Sarah and Lynn take a look at some of the more quirky products you can buy that got their start from Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Relive a poignant "Game of Thrones" scene with a doorstop strong enough to hold back an army of wights.
Forget apps and voice control gadgets, Knocki wants you to control your smart home with a simple tap.
Currently on Kickstarter, the project will create a kit that makes deploying a mini theater nice and easy.
The Wine Squirrel decanter system won't grant your wine eternal life -- probably just a few extra days.
A new software update speeds up the Robin's camera, and Nextbit is partnering with Aiaiai for a customized pair of modular headphones.
Nextbit teamed up with Aiaiai to make a special-edition pair of TMA-2 headphones just for the Robin handset.
Nextbit rolls out a software update that improves its Robin phone in three big ways.
Lego-compatible building blocks are embedded with sensors and electronics so that you can build app-controlled IFTTT projects.
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