Adatao is a two-tiered big data solution that lets business leaders and data scientists work together more easily.
The Somebody app sends text messages not to the intended recipient, but to a nearby stranger who is tasked with finding them and delivering the message verbally.
Pigeonly automatically turns smartphone snaps into printed photographs and sends them to incarcerated friends and family through the post.
MoodHacker is an app designed for companies to improve the wellbeing of their workforce, by giving employees tips to de-stress at the right moments.
San Francisco restaurant Coi is introducing a ticketing system for its reservations, enabling diners to pay a flat fee and managers to avoid the headache of cancellations.
Urban Death Project has designed a new ceremony that respects the dead and celebrates the cycle of life by giving bodies back to the soil.
Sync Smartband lets parents receive alerts if their child moves outside of a preset digital boundary.
Doblet wants to place portable battery packs in popular bars and restaurants, with users paying an annual fee to use them.
Several New York gyms are offering work-trade programs, enabling cash-strapped customers to exchange volunteer work for workout sessions.
Humin is an iOS app that lets users add relationship context and social media details to their contacts.