Obviously is an automatic flower delivery service in the UK set up by two entrepreneurs to help solve the problem of forgetting important dates.
In Brazil, a free, open source pattern cutting library is encouraging people to reflect more on the garments they wear.
US based startup offers eCommerce shops an easy way to optimise their prices.
The Growroom is a community garden structure, designed to feed multiple people with a minimal structural footprint.
Retail Intelligence system helps store owners count visitors, manage lines and improve displays.
Amazon Web Services has announced its Chime communications and video conferencing service, available across mobile and desktop devices.
Payment transfer service uses Facebook Messenger so that users can pay bills without access to the internet.
In the Philippines, an easy-to-use vacuum former makes the process accessible and affordable to more.
In Cyprus, Ermes has partnered with IBM to determine through the AI the cost of putting items on sale while still maintaining sufficient margin.
China’s intelligent aerial vehicle company Ehang is providing Dubai’s Roads and Transportation Agency with passenger drones for an electric taxi service.
Swedish app combines digital technology with fashion by monitoring activity and translating it into a personalised fabric.
German non-profit provides a two-year online education program that allows participants to enter a partner university’s second year of study.
A newly retired group of citizens in Lyon joined together to create the Chamarel retirement cooperative to provide sustainable, affordable living space.
In Amsterdam, KLM is trialing a facial recognition service that speeds up the boarding process.
A process developed by researchers in China and California uses UV light to print on reusable, specially coated paper, helping to drastically reduce waste.
New Zealand startup Rumuki created an iOS app that lets users encrypt on-phone videos for secure viewing and storage.
Waitrose, in partnership with CNG Fuels and Scania, have introduced 10 trucks that run on biomethane, which produces 70 percent less pollution than diesel.
Philadelphia’s Old City is now home to a new style of hotel that seeks to erase the barriers between visitors and their destination with “invisible” service hospitality.
Hayo creates a 3D scan of connected homes, enabling users to turn surfaces or zones into remote controls for connected devices.
Nigeria’s Wema Bank Plc recently introduced its Wema Bank on Wheels to provide regular branch and ATM services to customers anywhere in the country.
A team of researchers from Iowa State University designed a tree that generates electricity when its leaves move in the wind.
GoBe2 wearable automatically measures calorie intake by detecting cell glucose levels, enabling users to visualise how their body processes their diet without having to upload calories themselves.