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Future chargers now: Belt battery, sole power shoes and more

Future chargers now: Belt battery, sole power shoes and more

By 19 hours ago

The future of power is a strange one. Already we're starting to see ways of transmitting electricity like you would with Wi-Fi over the air and battery breakthroughs for longer life cells are happening regularly. But we're still a long way off from unlimited... >>

Cascade Wallet might just be the best idea ever... and it'll stop you double paying with an Oyster card

Cascade Wallet might just be the best idea ever... and it'll stop you double paying with an Oyster card

By 15 December 2014

Kickstarter and crown funding sites like it have had their critics but there's little doubt that they have helped innovation flourish. There are great products out there in the world that you can buy now that would never have seen the light of day had... >>

Hush smart earplugs actively cancel noise and intelligently wake you for perfect sleep

Hush smart earplugs actively cancel noise and intelligently wake you for perfect sleep

By 15 December 2014

Hush is a new Kickstarter project that aims to offer people the best sleep possible thanks to active noise cancellation and more. The Hush smart earplugs actively record noise and play the opposite sound waves in order to create true silence. But they... >>

Hemingwrite typewriter comes with an e-paper display and cloud-saves in real time

Hemingwrite typewriter comes with an e-paper display and cloud-saves in real time

By 11 December 2014

A new campaign on Kickstarter aims to provide you with a distraction-free writing tool, called Hemingwrite. The team behind Hemingwrite likely came up with that name as a play on Ernest Hemingway. He was an an American author and journalist not only known... >>

The Bionic Runner gives you all the benefits of running without the injuries

The Bionic Runner gives you all the benefits of running without the injuries

By 2 December 2014

When's a bike not a bike? When it's a running machine called the Bionic Runner. This invention allows runners to train on through injury recovery without the risk of further damage. The Bionic Runner, currently on Kickstarter, was created as a way to... >>

Always wanted to play original Gameboy games in 1080p on your TV? With Hdmyboy you can

Always wanted to play original Gameboy games in 1080p on your TV? With Hdmyboy you can

By 2 December 2014

If, like us, you have an original, 25-year-old classic Gameboy sitting around in a drawer gathering dust and a collection of games you'd love to still play, you should head over to Kickstarter and back Hdmyboy. It's a device that, once installed, adds... >>

Help fund a movie sequel on Kickstarter and you can be a player in Football Manager 2016

Help fund a movie sequel on Kickstarter and you can be a player in Football Manager 2016

By 21 November 2014

Mike Bassett: England Manager is a real guilty pleasure of a movie and you can help fund a sequel 13 years on (let's forget about the ill-conceived TV series spin off, shall we?). And what's more, by doing so you can also be a player in next year's version... >>

Impossible is a folding electric bike that will actually fit in your backpack

Impossible is a folding electric bike that will actually fit in your backpack

By 19 November 2014

Finally the goal of electric bike manufacturers everywhere has been achieved in the aptly named Impossible. This electric bike folds down so small it'll fit in your backpack with room to spare. Impossible, which deserves to win all the design awards,... >>

Keeker is the smart robot for the home: A moving projector, speaker, security bot and more

Keeker is the smart robot for the home: A moving projector, speaker, security bot and more

By 17 November 2014

Keeker could be the first proper robot to grace homes with myriad uses. It's basically a little Star Wars style R2D2 for the real world, minus the weapons. Keeker is primarily a moving projector with surround sound. That means you can send it anywhere... >>

Everykey wristband stores passwords and automatically signs into your devices and sites

Everykey wristband stores passwords and automatically signs into your devices and sites

By 14 November 2014

You can now wear your passwords on your wrist. Seriously. There's a new campaign on Kickstarter for a wristband called Everykey. Just think of it as a universal access device, because it can store all your passwords, keys, and passcodes, as well as unlock... >>


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