Weekly News Roundup
This week's edition recaps Fab's fire sale, the FCC's historic decision on net neutrality, Pebble's record Kickstarter and more.
A look at the 10 ventures that have raised the most money on the popular crowdfunding website to date.
The crowdfunding campaign for the new smartwatch raised more than $13.3 million, toppling the previous record set by the Coolest Cooler.
Ideally, entrepreneurs should ask for as little money as possible and set up campaigns that run no longer than 30 days.
This game-changer for honey harvesters raised $2.18 million in the first 24 hours.
In a few short hours, the new Pebble smartwatch has already raised $4.6 million and shows no sign of slowing down.
The power of the crowd is real. And so is people's ability to create the wackiest things possible.
The company also is unveiling a completely refreshed operating system across its devices.
From Dacuda, the Swiss software company behind the PocketScan, the 3DAround app allows a user to generate an image that can be spun and tilted.
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The card game broke the record previously held by the Reading Rainbow campaign.
The joke that went viral and raised $55,00 teaches fundamental lessons about how to garner attention in a very noisy online environment.
The makers of a new card game were aiming to raise $10,000 in 30 days. They hit that goal in less than 30 minutes, and have gone on to raise more than $2.5 million.
Dylan Purcell-Lowe, one of Somabar's creators, walks us through the entire Kickstarter process.
is one of the most popular and recognized
platforms geared toward funding creative and artistic projects. Kickstarter follows a pledge-and-reward crowdfunding model, so that backers who pledge money are offered rewards at each monetary level of pledging. The funds must be raised within a set period of time.
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