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AI provides the means for an assistant to supply intelligent advice to retailers.
A new mask can add aroma, as well as the sensation of heat and cool, to VR headsets.
Researchers and a retailer have teamed up to deliver a jumper that can be customised in-store to fit anyone.
Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
A new eco-friendly hotel concept is portable and can be adjusted to meet guest demand.
In our latest Top 5 we have selected a sample of innovations to give you a flavour of the disruption we expect to see in the coming year. Through the Springwise lens we have also curated a special report identifying 20 startups to watch out for in 2019.
Urban areas could benefit hugely from this algae curtain that can help reduce carbon emissions.
A new sustainable design for a bike rack could collect the kinetic energy generated by cyclists.
An AgTech company has developed an algorithm to identify the health diagnostics of vineyard soil by genetically sequencing the microbes and applying AI algorithm analysis.
The next step for automated workforces in construction could be these innovative drones.
Everyday technology receives a simplified update to better suit older populations.
Researchers have been inspired by geckos’ feet to develop a liquid crystalline elastomer material that bends in set directions in response to heat and light.
Following another year of ground-breaking global innovations, we have selected the most disruptive businesses who brought a new wave of exciting opportunities across sectors and tech in 2018.
Learn how Smart Tags can use radio frequencies to track an item from manufacture to delivery in real-time in our latest Tech Explained feature.
A startup is using blockchain technology to collect and share data on entire food supply chains.
A startup is streamlining the traditional reward scheme process into one app for both retailers and consumers.
China-based health tracking platform has partnered with a range of leading biotech companies to offer individuals insight into health trends based on their own genomics.
A new system can faithfully reproduce complex artworks using new techniques in AI and in 3D printing.
This latest development in retail technology could change the face of supermarket shopping, offering customers a completely digital integrated experience.
This innovation could open up possibilities for the visually impaired that many take for granted everyday.
A startup is offering businesses the chance to help employees pay off their student loans.