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This Doomed Robotic Bra on Indiegogo Is the Weirdest Sex Toy I've Ever Seen

The BigoDicky, a crowdfunded sex toy that never was.
Samantha Cole
3.1.18
flavortown

SMALT Is an Alexa-Integrated Smart Salt Shaker Because of Reasons

AKA what happens when all of the ideas are gone.
Michael Byrne
8.5.17
kickstarter

Peachy Printer Blames Co-Owner for Building Mansion, But Funds Are Still Missing

A popular project crowdfunded on Indiegogo and Kickstarter is now collapsing, and no one is quite sure where the money went.
Louise Matsakis
5.12.16
Gaming

Crowdfunded Game Console Is Made Out of Tape, Cardboard, and Fake Circuits

There's something very suspicious about this crowdfunded retro games console named after the Colecovision.
Heidi Kemps
3.5.16
indiegogo

Caffeinated Toothpaste Is the Closest You'll Ever Get to Mainlining Coffee

We tried "power toothpaste" and it works.
Rachel Pick
12.21.15
Science

What Happens If Someone Uses This DIY Gene Hacking Kit to Make Mutant Bacteria?

As the DIY bio movement grows, questions have been raised about the consequences of bringing the technology to all.
Kari Paul
12.7.15
video

A Chinese Photographer May Have Made the Perfect GoPro Stand

Gorillapod, your days are numbered.
Clinton Nguyen
11.9.15
kickstarter

Why You Can't Put Security in a Box

Buying into a Kickstarter promising cybersecurity is foolish, even dangerous.
Joseph Cox
10.7.15
crowdfunding

This Doggie Wearable Claims to Detect Your Dog’s Emotions

It’s like a Fitbit for your moody pooch. But does it work?
John Wenz
10.6.15
Health

The Military, and Plenty of Women, Want This High Tech Intravaginal Ring

The Priya ring, a core-temperature-tracking smart fertility ring, is now available through Indiegogo.
Kaleigh Rogers
10.1.15
Internet

Why Are Crowdfunders So Obsessed With Hacking Hydration?

From mineral water to glowing smart bottles, we keep reinventing water consumption.
Roisin Kiberd
7.3.15
politics

Crowdfunding Greece's Debt Will Never Work, But It's Still Nice

"In this context, symbolism matters," says a former IMF economist.
Lauren Razavi
6.30.15
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