Seattle-based Readabl’s PaperKarma mobile app lets users submit a photograph of each piece of junk mail they’d like to stop receiving, and then works to make that happen.
Using RFID sensor technology, Gatefeeder allows cats to be fed while owners are away from home.
Finnish Hakema is a company that facilitates the booking of appointments between real-estate agents or sellers and potential buyers.
KnowHowMart is an online tool, currently in beta, that’s focused on helping skilled professionals sell their expertise to companies that need one-off advice.
Tsubuyaku Sensor is a new wireless device from Japanese Ubiquitous Computing Technology that monitors conditions such as temperature, humidity and radiation levels and automatically tweets the resulting data via Twitter.
CrowdIPR aims to help anyone with their ‘prior art’ research, by collecting information on intellectual property through crowdsourcing.
Anthon Berg’s The Generous Store enabled customers to pay for chocolate with a favor to a friend, rather than cash.
Cambridge Consultants has developed the T-Haler, which uses wireless technology to gamify inhaler use and help those with asthma get the optimum dose of medication.
Rambler enables users to upload challenges designed to take travelers on a ‘scavenger hunt’ to find the best things to do at their destination, rewarding successful hunters.
Last month Yamory launched a subscription service for regular delivery of prepackaged emergency provisions in Japan.
Cafe Therapy in the Czech Republic is offering art therapy sessions as a way for addicts to deal with their dependencies, while using the crockery they create to serve food.
Indianapolis-based Cause.it enables charity volunteers to be recognized with discounts at local businesses.
Instaprint links Instagram location or hashtag feeds with printing devices that use technology similar to instant film cameras.
The Bergmönch is a mountain bike that can be worn as a backpack for the uphill climb, but can be unfolded for a two-wheeled ride back down.
UK-based Beyond the School Run is a brand-new portal for parents seeking new career or volunteer opportunities during school hours.
Zéro Gâchis aims to provide a platform for businesses to let consumers know in real-time when they have food reaching expiration, for sale at discounted rates.
ConnectIreland is encouraging the crowds to pass on the details of business contacts looking to expand in Europe, in exchange for monetary imbursement.
The Object Recognition Scanner designed by Toshiba Tec uses pattern recognition technology to process unmarked items, such as vegetables, at supermarket checkouts.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is adding a range of perfumes to its room service, with a Fragrance Butler offering a selection of products for visitors to sample and purchase.
Portugal-based MyFarm.com is offering would-be farmers the opportunity to help manage a plot online and receive a share of what is produced.
MeUndies offers an online underwear subscription service alongside vending machines stocked with briefs, pants and thongs.
CorruptTour.com is offering sightseeing trips around sites of political corruption in Prague.