The Carillon stickers for shop windows let those in need know that they can ask for a glass of water, to use the bathroom and more.
Composer is a variable paywall system that enables publishing platforms to adapt their business model whenever they want, without any coding.
A round up of startups in the Fin Tech industry that are practicing financial inclusion through innovative tech solutions.
The Blind Cap is a high-tech bluetooth cap that vibrates when the swimmer approaches the edge of the pool, telling them to change direction.
InfoScout incentivizes users to upload shopping receipts, and lets businesses gain insight into consumer habits across a range of competitors.
Likened to an Uber for food rescue, Transfernation’s app links available volunteers with corporate events wanting to donate leftover food.
Teach-U VR is an immersive environment that helps children learn the piano and the drums by engaging their muscle memory on virtual instruments.
SpiroCall from the University of Washington enables anyone to analyze their respiratory health just by breathing into a phone.
Researchers have created a finger-aware keyboard shortcut system that could help people type significantly faster.
By connecting growers with consumers, Farmcation boosts small businesses and builds community through meals, workshops and tours.
Mishipay is a new app that brings the speed of the digital shopping basket to the bricks and mortar store.
Steem is a social writing platform that rewards its members with cryptocurrency for creating and curating content.
We talk to the CEO of Grow.ly, a P2B crowdlending platform based in Spain.
Artist Kaytranada promotes his debut album with an online game that unlocks a bonus track — if users get a top score.
Urbanhail is a taxi service aggregator that lets users view all available ride providers and locate the cheapest, most convenient ride.
NYC-based Bar Works Inc is expanding its co-working concept in the UK by turning old phone boxes into fully equipped private office pods.
Why companies like to turn products into people.
In a life-changing advance for diabetics, Cardiff University researchers developed the first wearable, non-invasive blood sugar monitor.
Askourt integrates with e-commerce platforms, and lets shoppers ask for opinion of friends on social media without leaving the site.
Roam residents can access communal live-work spaces in Bali, Madrid, Miami, and more for USD 500 a week.
Using existing smartphone sensors, the customizable UAV Toolkit app gathers spatial data for mapping landscapes during crises.
Momsense is a smart breastfeeding meter that enables parents to see and hear how much milk their baby is getting in real-time.