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A new service lets you charge your phone battery on the go.
A new miniature microphone allows people to communicate even when wearing life-support masks.
A new app allows a phone’s camera to detect facial expressions and emotions.
A new type of optical gyroscope could allow mobile devices to shrink even further.
A social media platform is collaborating with a professional soccer league to produce innovative new ways to share live matches.
Startup that allows users to invest in portfolio playlists wants to be the ‘Spotify for investment’.
A new app for ridesharing allows drivers and customers to negotiate a price for their journey fare.
Chicago-based company has upgraded 500 parking spaces with technology to meet the needs of driverless cars.
Portable tracker delivers water quality data in real time that could defend against flash floods and algae blooms.
A new smart case uses sensor technology to detect when a phone is in free fall and immediately triggers a protection mechanism.
A sensor-enabled bracelet alerts users and designated friends if the intoxicated wearer is unlikely to be able to give fair consent.
A new debit card is made using a rare heavy metal to remind users to save and invest with every purchase.
Wearable tech company launches dedicated chipset for 4G kids’ smartwatches to meet the evolved needs of connected families.
An app uses smartphone sensors to detect onset signs of Parkinson’s in users which could lead to earlier treatment options.
A Colombian innovation lets rural users without an Internet connection search Google through their landlines.
A UK smart home startup has launched a new intercom that allows users in any location to open property doors without keys.
A new feature on a travel app creates a virtual cabin to let you socialize and see information about fellow passengers.
Modular, connected pavement slabs link emergency services, self-driving vehicles and traffic data for efficient, smart transport.
A Taiwanese telecoms company has revealed its working on creating a phone that will deliver decentralised applications through blockchain.
A new user-friendly app aims to overcome social barriers by helping those with a visual impairment distinguish between bank notes, read menus, and access the news independently.
A new social network used blockchain technology to ensure that users are all equally represented