Alleged Sellers Of Magic Disease-Curing Laser Arrested, Indicted For Fraud

Alleged Sellers Of Magic Disease-Curing Laser Arrested, Indicted For Fraud

There are medical conditions that can be treated with lasers. Laser eye surgery is safe and commonplace, for example. Skin disorders and arthritis pain can be treated with lasers, too. However, what you can’t do is cure every disease known to medicine by paying thousands of dollars for a handheld laser from some dude in South Dakota. [More]

Laser Razor Raises $4 Million, Gets Kicked Off Kickstarter For Maybe Not Existing

Laser Razor Raises $4 Million, Gets Kicked Off Kickstarter For Maybe Not Existing

Hey, remember how a few years ago, Kickstarter changed their rules to require that all hardware projects funded through the platform actually exist in a working form? Late last night, Kickstarter enforced that policy on a campaign that had already raised $4 million. Kickstarter administrators apparently didn’t believe that the product, which promises a “shaving revolution,” exists yet as promised. [More]

Laser Engraving Gone Wrong? Just Fill It In With A Sharpie

Laser Engraving Gone Wrong? Just Fill It In With A Sharpie

If you spent about $150 to have the case of your laptop computer laser-engraved with a cool design and something went wrong, would you expect to be told to fill in the problem areas yourself with a permanent marker? That happened to Haje. He’s sympathetic to the technical issues involved, but not happy with the end result.