Check is a device that determines users’ readiness for training both, physically and mentally, through a short daily test.
UK laundry company JMT Service has developed Woof to Wash, a machine adapted for easy use by dogs to wash their owner’s clothes.
Regular care packages help women get through that time of the monthHealth & Wellbeing
The Period Store offers monthly goodie bags to women by subscription, delivering essentials and comforts according to their individual cycles.Read More
UK announces futuristic all-in-one travel passGovernment, Tourism & Travel, Transportation
The MultiPass — named after similar technology seen in the Bruce Willis film The Fifth Element — is a digital card that that stores citizen’s data and grants them access to use and pay for any kind of transport.Read More
A new innovation called iDriveThru is enabling hands-free fast food payments using RFID car windshield tags.
India-based holiday booking site MakeMyTrip is now enabling consumers to arrange a bus journey across the country with just a couple of text messages.
The Fuelmatics Automatic Refueling System is a robot helper that enables drivers to precisely fill up their tanks without leaving their seat.
The Fraunhofer Research Institution in Germany has created gloves that indicate if a toxic substance is being handled by changing color.
Aiming to show how easy it can be to create a working circuit — and inspire kids in the process — Circuit Scribe is a conductive ink pen that lets anyone turn their paper doodles into electronic inventions.
The Abu Ghosh restaurant in Jerusalem is encouraging diners to turn off their devices in return for a generous 50 percent discount.