The Defender is a small tool that includes an alarm, pepper spray, photo capture and automatic emergency service alerts in one.
Popcart enables users to simply copy the ingredients from any online recipe and immediately get them delivered through FreshDirect.
Raynforest is a marketplace that helps fans with social influence get paid for reviewing products and promoting brands.
An interactive magazine called Look, Cook and Eat is designed especially to teach those with learning difficulties to cook for themselves.
FoodTweeks is an app that gives users small suggestions to tweak their diet, with each calorie cut rewarded with support for local food banks.
Shift has introduced a card that lets users pay with both traditional bank accounts, loyalty points and virtual currencies.
Wally is a smart device that connects to homeowners’ water system to let them know when a leak needs fixing.
SupportPay is an organization tool that can make the process of managing child support payments and post-break up communication less stressful.
Wheely aims to be a handy interactive guide for disabled people living in NYC.
ULTRA Testing, a for-profit debugging company out of MIT, has introduced a policy that gives those on the autism spectrum a chance to apply their talent.