Billed as “the world’s first power-folding stroller,” Origami demands nothing more from the user than the simple touch of a button to collapse or unfold it.
T-shirt brand Naked Hippy help small businesses in developing countries by investing all their profit in micro loans.
Spanish fishmongers have installed a vending machine outside their shop that dispenses fresh seafood around the clock.
exploreB2B is a content-based platform that lets companies contribute and view content as a way to find potential collaborators.
Due to begin shipping in March, the SpareOne phone from California-based XPAL Power is a dual-band GSM cell phone that offers up to 10 hours of talk time on just a single Alkaline, NiMH or Lithium AA battery.
A new app from French 3D printing company Sculpteo now lets consumers upload a photo of themselves or a friend for incorporation into a designer vase, mug or other object.
The Ljubljana City Library in Slovenia recently ran a program offering packs of three books, curated by genre, to their visitors.
Between Page And Screen is a printed book of poems that relies entirely on augmented reality to convey its words.
Bahrain’s National Motor Company has launched a new Sehla service center which offers free wifi and shuttles to local destinations, as well as a state-of-the-art gymnasium.
German GreenPocket’s namesake smartphone app “helps consumers share their carbon footprint in a competitive and entertaining way on Facebook.”
Halfsies is designed to help consumers eat less at restaurants, while helping to feed the hungry and minimize the amount of food that gets thrown out.
Bally Total Fitness have launched motion-sensing interactive walls that give gym-goers nutritional and workout advice.
The German Changers Starter Kit is a solar-powered charging system that lets users see and share information on the CO2 they’ve saved, while being rewarded with credits at participating stores.
Squag is a social application customized for teenagers and tweens on the autism spectrum to help them connect with their parents and with one another.
In Japan, Lastel is a hotel that stores dead bodies in refrigerated coffins.
Bikn enables users to find lost objects, pets or children using an RF-enabled iPhone case, tags and app.
Alex Gourley is the co-founder of BitGym, a company looking to gamify exercise through a series of interactive iOS apps.
Peoplefund.it is a crowdfunding site from KEO Films that’s designed to connect fledgling community projects with people interested in supporting them.
In the US, Vicks are targeting consumers in high risk flu areas with mobile ads for their Behind Ear Thermometer.
PUBSLUSH is a publisher with a non-profit extension that enables book fans to fund the new novels they wish to see published.
The cardboard can developed by Keienburg GmbH in Germany enables a greener and cheaper packaging process for carbonated drinks.
Lucky Ant is a hyper-local crowdfunding platform, featuring one neighborhood business a week for the community to support.