Kickstarter project shoots to bring AdventureQuest 3D to all devices


A Kickstarter project is trying to bring an online 3D version of MMORPG hit AdventureQuest to your computer device no matter what it may be. Like the original Flash game, AdventureQuest 3D is set in a fantasy world populated by monsters and magic. One of the goals of this latest version though is to make it cross-platform so that players can access their character and the fantasy world regardless of the device they happen to be using – smartphone, tablet or PC. Read more

Meet the Tstand: an ergonomic tablet stand


Everyone loves using their tablets whilst sitting on the couch or laying in bed, but sometimes it can get very uncomfortable having to hold the tablet for extended periods. This is where the Tstand could come in handy, with its reversible base and adjustable viewing angle, you can view the tablet hands and strain-free. Tstand has just launched its campaign on Kickstarter, with the goal of raising $10,000.

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Always Right Cord works any way you want


Although devices with USB Type-C ports are on the way, most hardware manufacturers will continue implementing micro-USB for charging and data transfers. A huge benefit of USB Type-C is the reversible aspect; however, the new Always Right Cord that it is currently live on Kickstarter matches that capability with a micro-USB cable. Both ends of the Always Right Cord — one connector each for micro-USB and USB — are completely reversible.

The Kickstarter campaign has blasted right through its original goal, generating more than $23,000 in pledges with eight days to go.

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The NoPhone Zero offers the least advanced technology on the market at an aggressively low price

NoPhone ZeroNew phones are offering extremely high resolution screens, fingerprint scanners, and all kinds of other ridiculous, space-age technology in rectangular packages. The NoPhone Zero takes a different approach, though, offering the least advanced in available smartphone technology. In fact, the NoPhone Zero offers so few features and does so little, you’d be surprised to learn that it’s even a phone. Read more