When Canary launched an Indiegogo campaign for its smart home security device last month, it set out to raise $100,000. Instead, it pulled in close to $2 million, making it Indiegogo’s most successful campaign ever.
The age of the connected device is coming, and TechStars and R/GA want to help it along.
Guest Post If you’re running a hardware company, you have a lot more to learn from MakerBot and Pebble than the Furby.
10 hardware startups to watch, according to momentum data from Mattermark.
Guest Post The ease of hardware prototyping combined with the power of crowdfunding is where the magic lies.
Highway1 has launched its San Francisco-based incubator program. The goal is to help young hardware companies bring their products to market, and form partnerships in Europe and Asia.
Guest Post Venture capitalists hate investing in hardware startups for a myriad of reasons. Design and iteration are more difficult. Margins are low.
When you think Silicon Valley startups, you think applications, locational data, cloud storage and social gaming. We dug around to find some companies that still innovating on the physical plane and making actual, tangible products.