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A new satellite system may change the way planes are tracked
A well-targeted healthcare site could help bring to light some of the more difficult problems faced by men.
A winter sports helmet can automatically detect when a user falls, sending distress signals, and allows for simple long-distance group communication.
Pet insurance goes fully digital to improve transparent communication with their customers.
A new design of fibre technology could prove to be a major breakthrough in scientific progress.
A mentorship platform connects startups, founders and marketers with growth marketing mentors.
A new app enables sharing resources and coordinating events in Jordan easier by linking donors and volunteers in society.
With an aim to allow disabled passengers to have their independence, a new app allows users to specify their needs before arriving at the airport.
A new app is designed to bring social and business airport users together without the need for any direct human interaction.
The device could help workers in healthcare communicate with non-native speakers while using their hands.
A team from the University of Antwerp have invented a robotic hand that can turn text into hand gestures.
The ORII wearable allows users to take calls, send quick messages and access voice assistants with a simple touch on their ear.
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.
Syrian-born innovation could bring internet communications to millions more in the war-torn region and other conflict or disaster areas around the world.
Hong Kong operation Tink Labs launches a new smartphone service for hotels so guests get unlimited free calls, texts and web access.
Norway’s No Isolation avatar is designed to help children and young adults participate in their regular daily activities such as school and play with friends.
Zeze biscuits have launched a marketing campaign in Brazil to encourage socialising — assigning seats on public buses for travellers who want to make friends.