Investors are going gaga for a smartphone-integrated doorbell that lets anyone screen visitors on a video app integrated into their iPhones or Androids.
The crazily ambitious smartphone experiment on Indiegogo has fallen short of its goal by $19 million.
The Ubuntu Edge phone just took Pebble's $10 million crowdfunding crown, but it's still $20 million shy of its goal.
As online book retailers like Amazon and Overstock continue to threaten their business, independent bookstores turn to crowdfunding for a short-term fix.
A North Korean news site has launched a fundraising campaign to help boost its info-spreading powers.
Ubuntu's Edge smartphone is strange in many ways, and its Indiegogo campaign just got a big donation from a strange source.
Only 9.3% of projects on Indiegogo get funded, compared to 44% on Kickstarter—but both crowdfunding platforms have merits.
Set your goal below the actual amount you want to reach. And more counterintuitive crowdfunding wisdom from Joanna Griffiths, the woman behind Knix Wear.
For the cost of about 10 MacBook Pros, you could buy your very own airplane, if a crowdfunded initiative is successful.