Germany-based AOTERRA hopes to place cloud servers in people’s homes, using the waste heat they produce to keep the properties warm.
24th May. We've already seen one mobile app that rewards kids for keeping parents updated as to their whereabouts and well-being, but Evado Filip takes a different approach. Earlier this year the London-based company launched VIVOplay, a wearable mobile communications and location device designed to help families stay connected. Watch-sized VIVOplay uses a ... Read More
From Australia, QR code app helps event attendees to skip the queuesFood & Beverage
24th May. Queuing is more often than not an annoyance for consumers and can also be bad for business. Estonian startup Qminder has already offered one option ... Read More
On crowdsourcing platform, architects compete for home-improvement projectsHomes & Housing
24th May. We've already seen an iPad app that lets consumers seek guidance from the masses on design plans for their homes. Now taking that crowdsourcing premise ... Read More
Singapore-based UserScout connects willing participants with market research projects in one place.
Sold. prices, sells and delivers homeowners’ unused items simply by getting them to take a photo of the object.
Australia’s Qantas airline has created a range of new fiction titles for its customers, selected to correspond with flight times.
Only students with the right quiz answers are able to correctly fill out a QR code to apply for a place on the Kidum 700 course.
Try The World offers boxes of products sourced from a different corner of the world each month.
The Bobo energy display, storybook and app for kids illustrates the connection between home energy consumption and the wellbeing of polar bears.