The Light Phone can only be used for making calls, and has been designed to be the antidote to the feature-heavy smartphones of today.
A new automated parking valet designed by a French startup allows greater ease and efficiency in airport parking.
Swedish firm Panoramia has developed a visual display system that turns boring lift rides in visually exciting journeys using screens and VR technology.
An 18-year-old has developed what may well be the smallest satellite ever built, one that NASA is going to launch into space in June.
The European Union-funded product is a tactile ‘tablet’ for the visually impaired that has the potential to enable faster interaction with an ever more visual world.
Refugees are closer to gaining easier access to banking in foreign countries thanks to a new digital solution from Berlin startup Taqanu
The University of Bristol’s Project Telepathy uses targeted ultrasound beams so users can talk quietly and privately to each other up to 30 metres apart.
A new range of women’s shoes transforms from heels to flats and back again in seconds.
Perfect Day is an animal-free ‘milk’ product made using yeast and designed to produce a texture and flavor like cow’s milk.
Scewo, the creators of the wheelchair, are crowdfunding for the project to build more prototypes and launch a marketable model in 2018.
DrnkPay is set to help users rope themselves in when they’ve had too much to drink and bars them from using their cards and online banks.
MIT has developed the WiGait, a picture-sized sensor that can determine the speeds and walking patterns of people walking past it, without any wearables.
An Australian company has created a new wave machine that promises improved performance and cost effectiveness for harvesting the power of the sea
The flexible device generates energy from human movement and could lead to the creation of voice-activated security patches for computers and talking newspapers.
The Japanese fishing organisation is offering a free service in which working fishermen will call users early in the morning to help wake them up and start their day.
An electric bus route in Tel Aviv that uses wireless charging technology built into roads.
VALCRI, an AI algorithm, processes criminal databases and other data sets, suggesting lines of inquiry to aid police, and may even be able to pre-empt crime.
Helping tell a more complete story of history, crowdsourced app The Whole Story adds virtual statues of notable women to any location in the world.
The self-controlled device use electrodes placed on the arm, which deliver an electrical shock and makes the patient’s muscles move.
Product designers can now model the impacts of changing materials, suppliers or technology across their entire supply chain from a single platform.
SolarGaps blinds are a green energy solution for renters and those looking for a solar panel alternative.
German non-profit social cause URIDU has developed a solar powered MP3 player that’s being given out to illiterate women in East Africa to educate on health and life skills.