You can store a lot of data on a smartphone, and there are many ways to go about backing it up. If want something a little more solid than the cloud, a new gadget called MEEM is wrapping up its Kickstarter campaign and may be right up your alley.
Each month we see dozens of mobile accessories hit Kickstarter and other crowdfunding platforms. The Pagaré smartstrap is one that is coming to a close, and it’s something you may want to back if you want to add a bit of functionality to your Pebble Smartwatch.
Universal remotes were a pretty big deal when they first broke onto the scene as we’ve all lost our share of remote controls. Smartphones can control a number of gadgets, but as good as the tech is, the options are still limited. If you’d like to be able to use your smartphone as a hub for your remote control gadgets, there’s a gadget on Kickstarter you’ll want to check out called Klikr.
YotaPhone kicked off the whole E-ink display craze, and while it hasn’t taken off like curved edges, we have seen a few contenders. The Siam 7X smartphone is set to be one of the latest, and it has just arrived on Kickstarter looking for funding.
Some folks love to work and play in the cloud, while others prefer lots of built-in storage. The Nextbit Robin is a cloud-based smartphone solution, and after wrapping up a successful Kickstarter campaign, pre-orders have opened up to the masses.
If you’re still waiting on Project Ara to arrive, we have another modular concept to keep you busy. The BLOCKS Modular smartwatch is gearing up for its Kickstarter campaign, and you’ll be able to reserve one beginning on October 13th.
Wearables are still in their infancy, but we’ve seen some wild designs thus far. Kickstarter is home to many of them, and the Helix Wearable Cuff has recently joined their ranks as a new mobile accessory.
It seems like several companies are following the path set by OnePlus last year. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, and the Ubik Uno has just arrived on Kickstarter as the latest “Flagship Killer” in town.
Dozens of smartphone accessories grind their way through crowdfunding sites each month, and occasionally we even get a handset. The Janus One isn’t your typical cellular device, but it has some interesting features and is only a bit larger than a credit card.
You can find the Android OS or a forked version of it in many places, but the desktop usually isn’t one of them. Jide hopes to change that, and the Remix Mini looks to bring Android to desktops at an insanely low price.