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The married couple who created a wacky sex button went on ‘Shark Tank’ and the investors didn’t understand why it even exists
LoveSync, a device that lets you silently indicate to your partner you're in the mood for sex, went viral in 2019 and was heavily mocked online.
How the Coolest Cooler went from one of the most successful Kickstarters ever to the site’s ‘biggest disaster’
The Coolest Cooler was a hit with Kickstarter users raising over $13 million from more than 62,000 backers. Thousands of them will never see the product.
Los Angeles-based Kickstarters raised more money than those in any other city, followed by New York and San Francisco.
The worst Kickstarter projects of all time according to 2 podcasters who call out the most egregious
Here are some of the Kickstarter projects from recent years that stand out for their tastelessness, dubious financials, or mere bad ideas.
This Los Angeles-based sustainable fashion start-up turns milk into clothing. Yes, you read that right.
Sustainable fashion start-up Mi Terro created the Milk Tee to put wasted dairy product to good use — for both their customers and the environment.
Coinbase, Instacart, Quora, and Virgin Hyperloop One are among the most coveted tech companies to work at.
Exploding Kittens is the most-backed project on Kickstarter to date — here’s how a $20 card game became an internet phenomenon
Exploding Kittens is one of those rare games you look forward to taking off the shelf every time you host game night.
A $5.5 million Kickstarter campaign backed by over 60,000 people has delivered one of the best games of 2019
The man behind "Castlevania: Symphony of the Night" has finished his latest game, and it's all thanks to fans who donated to the project years ago.
This Kickstarter-funded travel tripod collapses down to the size of a water bottle — it also weighs less than 4 pounds
The Peak Design Travel Tripod solves the problem of space and weight that all other tripods have. Here's our review after using it around New York.
These flexible $95 sneakers are knit from a stretchy material that requires no break-in period — and they can pack completely flat
Suavs are the travel-friendly shoes you've probably seen on social media. The limited collection combines 3D-printed knit, low-density rubber soles, and removable insoles to make uniquely comfortable shoes that don't require a break-in period. For $95, they're a pretty great option.