The Karl Lagerfeld Store in Amsterdam is enabling online sharing of new looks straight from the changing room.
22nd May. We've already seen the GothamBox subscription service give New York and San Francisco residents the chance to try each other's local cuisine through monthly parcels. But what about those wanting to sample culture from further afield? Try The World is offering boxes of products sourced from a different corner of ... Read More
Glowing polar bear energy sensor, book and app educates kids about global warmingEco & Sustainability
21st May. The plight of polar bears is one of the many concerns raised due to the effects of global warming, and we recently saw the MELTDOWN ... Read More
App notifies recruiters when criteria-matching jobseekers are nearbyLife Hacks
21st May. Location information can enrich and transform the capabilities of a wide variety of mobile apps, and we've seen those focusing on transportation, beer and news ... Read More
The Alternative Limb Project is helping a stylish audience boost their self esteem, with its fashionable, unconventional prosthetics.
Loopwheels is a spokeless wheel design from UK-based Jelly Products that aims to offer a more comfortable ride.
BlockAvenue is bringing more data to the hyper-local level, offering statistics about specific blocks in the US.
genius.box hopes to get children completing projects related to STEM subjects through regular delivered packages.
Medivizor helps patients find medical information that is relevant to them by tailoring results to each user.
myStorey is a new platform that enables users to create their own Pinterest-style boards, with photo-tagging capabilities to let others know where they bought the items.