Kfar Kedem in Israel is offering connectivity from the animals featured in the park, through its Wi Fi Donkeys service.
Ogilvy Brussels has targeted designers trying to get the latest version of Adobe Creative Suite through less-than-legal means in their new recruitment drive.
A designer line of ping-pong paddles that has just reached its target amount on Kickstarter is intended to improve the sports’ image.
The Elevator B sculpture in Buffalo, New York, also provides a home for bees and aims to be part of an educational scheme to teach people about the importance of the ecosystem.
TinyTap is a free app for the iPad that lets parents and kids turn their shared experiences into personal and educational games.
Gift Owl is a UK venture that asks gift recipients to fill out a questionnaire outlining their taste and then finds suitable gifts accordingly.
The Super PAC app gives voters extra information about the advertisements appearing on television during the presidential elections.
Shinko Industries’ Wood-Luck bed is made of robust cypress and can protect sleepers from rubble in the case of a quake.
The World’s Most Valuable Social Network launched in May and has reunited one missing child with her family. We got in touch to find out how the business is going behind the scenes.
InflightFeed is a customer review site for airline food, aiming to help fliers find a better culinary experience onboard.
New Zealand-based brewer Yeastie Boys is offering its Digital IPA with a QR code on its label directing drinkers to instructions on how they can make their own version.
An ingestible sensor, Proteus, is a brand-new device that can monitor a variety of health metrics from within the patient’s body.
Social Rehab recently created an offline kit designed to replace smartphones, and followed up by rewarding diners for putting those smartphones aside for the duration of their meal.
Created by Personal Cell Services, U Autologous is an anti-aging skincare range that incorporates each customers’ own stem cells.
Offering nail care from its customers’ office desks, Manicube seeks to provide quality service within a 15-minute session.
Miss Nev is a new venture that aims to recruit local urban businesses to accept packages for residents in the neighborhood.
GetGoing invites its users to enter the details of two holidays they would like to go on and offers savings for allowing it to decide which one they buy.
Italian artist Andreco’s Philosophical Tree mural installed in Bologna uses paint that helps to tackle smog in the city.
VenueSeen aims to offer brands notifications when people are talking about them or taking photos of their stores, enabling them to make timely interactions with fans and potential customers.
Zipongo Life enables users to receive personalized daily deals on health foods which take into account their medical records.
PlayRM is a system designed to make it easier for developers to work out who their customers are and how they can retain them by sorting them into types.
With many soldiers leaving service with technical and computer skills, New York-based Incline is offering training in order to help them adapt that talent to the workplace.