The Netherlands’ Energiesprong is retrofitting homes with modular, snap-on fittings that can be deployed quickly and cleanly.
Thanx enables consumers to collect loyalty points by simply registering their existing credit card.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, China’s Impossible is a foldable electric bike that is small and light enough to fit in a bag.
Australia-based startup Wearable:Experiments has introduced its location-enabled Navigate Paris range, which comes pre-programmed with a detailed map of the city.
Prynt is a smartphone case that lets users turn any digital snap into a physical copy in under a minute.
Researchers in the Netherlands are working on a technique called Plant-e, which converts energy from growing plantlife and bacteria systems into electricity, turning crop fields into power sources.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, Qcut creates perfectly-fitting pairs of jeans with just 5 measurements.
The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is organizing its collections by feeling through its Mood App, which also lets guests create their own tours for other customers.
Stanford University graduates have developed Embrace Warmer, a temperature-controlling sleeping bag that can prevent hypothermia in premature babies.
IPsoft’s Amelia is an AI customer service agent that can accurately detect the mood of the customer to better deal with their request.