Streetside public dog toilets in northeastern Spain are giving pooches the same luxury as humans when it comes to spending a penny.
A new kind of elastic filament called Filaflex is enabling increasingly complex 3D-printed designs such as the Sneakerbot II shoes.
The Open Source Beehives project, currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, has developed a downloadable and printable beehive that can be equipped with smart tech to help crowdsource data about the insects living inside.
Spain’s Spendearning app enables employees to claim personal cashback on business expenses for the consumer choices they make.
Qylatron is a device that scans visitors and their possessions as they automatically check themselves in and out of buildings such as stadiums and train stations.
The developers of the innovation have created Fabrican Ltd, which could be a signal that spray-on clothing may be made available to consumers soon.
Two new startups could help bring individual customization to the mass production of meals with 3D printed food.
From Spain, the Xkuty is an electric scooter which automatically alerts relatives in the event of a crash, thanks to features such as smartphone control.
The Lume collection of clothing incorporates LEDs whose color can be controlled via a smartphone.
Spain’s Bankia has launched mobile branches, with the aim of offering its financial services to those in rural locations.