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Tens of millions of shoppers will be using augmented and virtual reality technologies by 2025
An Asian online company brings robots and e-commerce to its first retail store
A Swedish designer brings the terrifying impact of climate change to your keyboard
Government-funded hubs are expected to help over 6000 homeless people in 2019.
An urban farming company is using QR codes in food packaging to offer consumers the chance to learn the history of the herbs they are eating.
A new service lets you charge your phone battery on the go.
A startup uses robotic interiors to expand the living space, giving users more space to live, work and entertain.
We have collated six key takeaways that emerged from the 6th SME China Forum 2018, the leading national event supporting UK small and medium sized enterprises to trade with China.
A new automated shopping platform has been launched that uses far fewer cameras than other platforms.
Auckland Transport helped accommodate up to 15 people in need every night during the winter season.
Students created T-shirts and hoodies to encourage US citizens to vote in upcoming gun control legislation.
As dockless bike rental firms struggle, one has come up with a new way to potentially increase revenue.
As businesses worldwide prepare for the QR code revival, Springwise reveals the secrets behind the little black-and-white box.
This innovative app encourages donating to homeless people through cashless transactions.
A real estate start-up has developed a connected ‘For Sale’ sign that attracts the attention of passersby.
A new campaign was created to test how people interact with advertising stunts and rewards participants for being observant.
A new app allows students to create a digital portfolio, accessible by teachers and parents, to showcase and organise their work.
Researchers have developed a method for printing individual doses of medication in QR coded patterns onto an edible material.
New Zealand supermarket uses smart trolleys to recognize products and automatically charge customers.
The design for a new building in southern Germany features QR codes and a public walkway through the middle
Mobile app aims to incentivize people to recycle ‘single use’ plastic bottles and aluminium cans.