Genexa seeks to disrupt the over-the-counter medicine market by offering natural and organic replacements for common drugs
Posts Categorized: Life Hacks
A London-based restaurant is hosting a two-day pop-up so diners can learn how to reduce plastic in their lives
The new service offers an unbias button that swaps gender-specific words for more inclusive options
South Korea warns pedestrians they are near an intersection with alarms, LED lights and an app
Panera Bread knows what you want on your sandwich and when you are going to eat it
TravelNest’s software targets a fragmented vacation rental property where listings go unlet
UK startup offers a consumer-styled app alternative to traditional mental health services
Making sanitary pads access can change girls’ lives in developing countries
The dome-shaped habitat allows divers to decompress, eat, and even sleep underwater
App targets $4.88 trillion online retail market by letting users virtually try on clothes
A bottle uses Bluetooth technology to tell you when you are properly hydrated
Chewable tech provides hands-free control over smartphones and other devices
Four Israeli students create a pass to help tourists find toilets
Thin sensors could change the way people park in cities
Traditional universities are finding creative ways to compete against online challengers
A sharing economy company lets you make money on your clutter
These London housing units can be quickly and cheaply built inside shuttered businesses
AeBeZe Labs scours the web for content that lifts people’s spirits and boosts confidence
An Asian online company brings robots and e-commerce to its first retail store
The ability to control a drone with just one hand could be a reality, thanks to an Australian startup.
A nifty app could save many users awkward embarrassments at large events and gatherings.
A South Korean startup has developed a lightweight, low-cost Braille printer that fits in a pocket.