The Vault in North Dakota is a self service venue that gets customers to make their own coffee and show some honesty when paying.
As part of its Safe Baby initiative, BalticTaxi is equipping its fleet with child safety seats, in an effort to better ensure a safe and comfortable ride for small children.
Wearable tech uses shock therapy to exorcise bad habitsLife Hacks
Pavlok is a smart wristband that tracks owners’ behavior and delivers an electric shock when they fail to commit to their goals.Read More
Radar sensor for cyclists keeps tabs on dangerous traffic from behindHealth & Wellbeing, Lifestyle & Leisure
South Africa’s Backtracker is a device that aims to save cyclists’ lives by letting them know of dangerous traffic coming from behind.Read More
kGoal aims to be a Fitbit for the vagina, helping pregnant women track their Kegel exercise regimes.
LiquorOFF accepts and resells donors’ unwanted spirits, beers and wines, helping consumers to save money on alcohol.
Guevara is an insurance startup from the UK that lets customers take advantage of peer-to-peer group payments only with people they trust.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, SPARK is a percussion instrument that stores energy to power phone chargers and lights when it’s shaken.
Seattle’s gatheredtable is working with families to customize their weekly meal plans and better optimize the time they spend at home.
IDnow is able to perform all the necessary tests to legally identify online customers.