One of the hottest groups of the 90s and one of the hottest girl groups ever is making a comeback, thanks to a Kickstarter campaign and some die-hard fans.
Move over iPad. An Oakland-based group of computer engineers unveiled CHIP, “the world’s first $9 computer,” capable of surfing the web and then some.
Online review giant Yelp has gone on defense, as a Kickstarter for a movie criticizing the site’s business practices has raised more than $50,000 in one week.
There’s a new superhero in town and he doesn’t sport a cape, mask or wear embarrassing tights. He wears a turban. His name is Deep Singh – and he fights the Taliban!
Two men at a San Francisco biotech startup are on a quest to deliver personal empowerment for women in the form of fruity-smelling genitals.
An East Bay inventor claims he has developed a permanent stain repellent.
Several websites, big and small, are taking a stance in the new battle over net neutrality with an Internet “slowdown” Wednesday.
A San Francisco high school senior set-up a crowdfunding campaign after he was denied financial aid to attend a prestigious summer school program.
Unlike the jet-fueled Wile E. Coyote footwear of your childhood, the lithium-ion powered “Rocket Skates” will strap on right over your shoes. The skates are foot rather than remote controlled, and can reach speeds of up to 12 MPH. The inventors say you can even track your routes and skate performance through your smartphone. Here’s a demo:
Zack “Danger” Brown crowdfunded over $50K just to make potato salad…