Diversity and inclusion are making its way to more movies and TV shows such as “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Fresh Off the Boat,” and web series “Kat Loves LA” aims to be part of that big picture.
“I wanted to create a love story that was unapologetically Asian American, told through an Asian American lens,” actress and writer Paget Kagy, who also plays the title character, told NextShark.
A Chicago-based company is aiming to change the way people breeze through airports with the help of Modobag, a motorized suitcase.
The rideable luggage seems perfect for people who find traversing inside an airport a cumbersome experience. While the concept may look silly at first, the product specs and functionality of the Modobag are pretty solid.
A startup claims to have developed a potentially groundbreaking device that may finally put an end to language barriers.
By next week, New York-based tech firm Waverly Labs will be unveiling the Pilot, an in-ear automatic translator that enables users of different languages to communicate easily.
A new startup is redesigning the alarm clock into a wearable device that literally shocks its wearers to wake them up.
The company behind the clock, Pavlok, guarantees its tested sensory input on its wearable devices can change a person’s behavior and lifestyle habits. The Shock Clock Wake Up Trainer is based on the idea of classical conditioning that Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov used on dogs to train them to reflexively respond to a stimulus.
There’s a new shoe technology lighting up the crowdfunding site IndieGoGo and it’s nothing like you’ve ever seen before.
A Kickstarter campaign for a laser razor that raised over $4 million in funding was cancelled because it does not exist in a working form.
The company, Skarp Technologies, will not see a single penny of its funding as Kickstarter said in a letter that “backers will not be charged for their pledges.” Skarp Technologies, which raised a whopping $750,000 during the first week of its crowdfunding campaign, was cited by Kickstarter for failing to have a working prototype.
We’ve all heard of those amazing or ridiculous ideas that people start crowdfunding campaigns for, earning well past their goal and even into the millions in some cases. How did they pull it off? There are probably a lot of tricks and secrets to the game, but who better to tell us about how to crowdfund the right way than Slava Rubin, the founder and CEO of crowdfunding platform Indiegogo.