Rise wants to help users reach their dieting goals by connecting them with a remote personal coach, who checks up on them daily.
Two apps — GoodSAM and PulsePoint — are enabling those with life-saving skills to receive alerts when an emergency happens close by.
Shelfie could put an end to ‘out of stock’ itemsRetail
Shelfie gives customers rewards for tracking empty shelves, delivering the data to stores to help them avoid stock defecits.Read More
Through app, kids ask questions about politics via textCrowdfunding Now, Education, Government
Looking to engage young people with politics, Ask Amy is an app that uses artificial intelligence to provide kids with answers to their questions about the subject.Read More
Partpic lets consumers or businesses simply snap a photo of the broken part they need and lets them know where they can order a new one.
The UAE’s Hands Can Talk project has developed software using Microsoft Kinect technology that detects hand gestures and converts it into audible words for a non-deaf audience.
Mbientlab makes it simple to connect almost any product to a Smartphone through an innovative and powerful API and Bluetooth Low Energy technology.
The Otosense app translates sounds into visualizations, vibrations, flashes, and other cues for the deaf to see or feel. It can even be used with the Phillips Hue smart light.
UTZ certified’s Coffee Wastewater project turns toxic wastewater into energy, tackling climate change and protecting water resources in the process.
LikeThat Decor is a visual search app that will present consumers with items similar to those featured in photos they upload