Russian oral care company R.O.C.S. has now developed a toothpaste that’s loaded with taurine to give people a morning boost while they brush their teeth.
The Kitchen Library is Canada’s first non-profit lending library dedicated to short-term rentals of cooking equipment.
WeCycle lets cyclists track their journeys, pooling their data to create heat maps for city planners.
Foldscope wants to make science equipment more accessible with a printable microscope that can simply be folded into shape.
Adatao is a two-tiered big data solution that lets business leaders and data scientists work together more easily.
Chinese tech giant Baidu has created smart chopsticks, which detect contamination in food and use a red light to indicate to diners that they should think twice about finishing their meal.
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.
Fuji Xerox has developed an experimental printer that uses Roomba-like technology to navigate spaces and deliver printouts to the worker that needs them.
Pigeonly automatically turns smartphone snaps into printed photographs and sends them to incarcerated friends and family through the post.
Based in Hong Kong, the Umbrella Here project has developed smart umbrellas that light up when owners are up for sharing their cover with strangers.