Coffee shops and other restaurants could build the technology into their tables which might encourage people to shop there.
Coffee brewing is a hotly debated topic. The Osaka press certainly looks cool but will you be backing it on Kickstarter?
A video doorbell just may be the perfect gadget gift for someone this Christmas.
The app gives the user the ability to schedule when the scent is delivered and how intense the scent will be.
The Readydesk could be that low-cost alternative you've been looking for.
The GEIO battle bot is crowdfunding on Kickstarter right now with a Super Early Bird Special of $99USD.
Brevitē made some very nice backpacks here, but the price might not be for everyone.
The STEMosaur design is in two words, cute and adorable.
The pledge levels for the system start at $199USD and go up from there.
The manufacturers of the watches claim that some of the security flaws have now been fixed.
We've yet to find a kid's sleep training clock that is robust enough to last a few years. Perhaps MELLA is that...
onX is building a technology that should help outdoor enthusiasts get the most out of their adventures.
There are similar products on the market, none of which we've used, and 60x claims that theirs is the best.
Cardigo has a patent-pending on the design and is expected to have the Cardigo bike on sale next year.
ROBOPAL combines magnetic coding blocks to create commands for the robot and transforms it to the child's wishes.
The Cotton Carrier CCS G3 is a camera carrying system that makes your shoulders and body take the burden of that camera...
The Riptide R1 has a nice price at $499, this could be a great way to get into electric boarding for some!
Halo says the drone was designed with one purpose in mind: to provide the best flying experience of any drone.
Brevitē's Hadley series of backpacks aims to bring you versatility in your tech backpack.
PESU claims the world's fastest quick response electric mountain bike on the market.
FOMO wants to change how you think about body cameras.
That's right! It's nearly back to school time and here are four gadgets kids might enjoy as they head back to school.
The JamStack attaches to the base of any "standard" electric guitar and integrates with an included smartphone app.
This board is fun, fast and perfect for urban commuters, college students or just about anyone who wants to have a bit...
For parents seeking to rip their kid's eyes off of screens and put them into interactive play, this kit holds tremendous value.
Sous vide cooking seems to have become more popular over the past year or two.
Commuting in the city can be a hassle for most. There are several options including public transportation, personal cars, bikes, and cabs...
The ALPAKA Shift Pack is built like a tank but looks and feels like a smooth riding Tesla P100D.