Accounting Play’s latest release is the Tax Fight game, teaching users what is deductible and nondeductible through 10 levels of play.
Uzer’s Eugene is a smart recycling and trash bin that scans items to let users know which ones can be recycled and tracks consumption via an app.
In Australia, Sundrop Farms are growing tomatoes using seawater and 23,000 mirrors.
Airblock is a Chinese-based programmable robotics kit that allows kids to build their own flying drone.
Boiler Room is partnering with online VR content creator, Inception, to set up the first VR venue.
HorseCom bluetooth headphones sit over horses ears, enabling users to play calming music or communicate more clearly with their horses.
As part of the Red Bull Basement festival, Sao Paulo’s payphones were linked to a smart data system that provides real-time bus arrival information.
Stash uses artificial intelligence to categorize web pages, making it easy to save things for later and share bookmarks between devices and people.
French company, Netatmo, has collaborated with Philippe Starck on smart radiator valves that help users save energy.
Researchers from Living Proof and MIT have developed synthetic polymers that recreate the elasticity of youthful skin, forming invisible, water resistant layers upon cream-like application.
A power plant that will allow wind turbines to generate energy even on windless days.
For 24 hours in September 2016, La Banque Postale sent a list of opportunities to jobseekers who tweeted three emoticons describing their job search criteria.
We caught up with Bren Smith, the Executive Director of GreenWave, to discuss innovation and food production in the age of climate change.
Italian government launches 18app, a scheme which offers 18 year olds money to spend on cultural activities.
When cut, San Francisco startup SkunkLock’s bike lock releases noxious gases strong enough to make a would-be thief vomit.
South Korean capital, Seoul, offers prizes for those who spot mistakes in translated signs around the city.
Scottish distillers Highland Park partner with New York’s Sixpoint Brewery to create two beers designed to complement a single malt whisky.
A Netherlands bank recently created this for its webcam advice services, beginning with mortgage information.
Apotek Hjärtat is using Happy Place, a series of virtual reality outdoor scenes, as a supplement to traditional pharmaceutical pain relief treatments.
Estonian design company Kodasema’s square KODA home is assembled in seven hours and includes LED lights, solar panels and smart fixtures.
Each Cotopaxi Luzon Del Dia backpack is unique, made from fabric scraps chosen by employees, who have creative control over the color of the final product.
Rawa partnered with Email Solutions to build the NowabnaJo app, allowing voters to directly contact parliamentary candidates with policy questions.