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A pay-as-you-go hybrid workspace offers dedicated childcare for freelance parents
How the analysis of location data is helping businesses innovate
A new SaaS platform shows transport flows in real time
Add-on app from an Israeli startup offers retailers window into shopping habits
A startup has developed a new sustainable beehive with IoT connectivity to eradicate deadly mites and keep bees safe.
A simple wristband could mean the difference between life and death for those engaging in water-based activities.
A startup enlists locals to help it create better maps of business locations and details.
A nifty app could save many users awkward embarrassments at large events and gatherings.
We spoke to Patrick Eve, Managing Director of ZigZag Global to explore ways to improve sustainability in the supply chain and increase revenue for retailers with reverse logistics.
Europe’s busiest port uses a geographic information system (GIS) to enhance maritime freight transport and logistics.
A new eco-friendly hotel concept is portable and can be adjusted to meet guest demand.
A multi-serviced design practice has created a sustainable Islamic prayer mat using 51 percent less materials than that of a traditional rug.
A new design of bikes hopes to influence user’s habits and behaviours by taking up less space on city streets.
A startup uses robotic interiors to expand the living space, giving users more space to live, work and entertain.
An American office supply retailing company is piloting a co-working space in one of its stores to repurpose otherwise unused empty space.
A Swedish university has developed a new technique for converting waste water from seafood processing into sources of protein.
A prototype allows doctors to remotely monitor the performance and comfort of prosthetics.
A new platform allows hosts to let short-term tenants into the property remotely.
Gyroscopes have a huge variety of uses, find out how they work in our latest Tech Explained.
A Danish bicycle maker has developed their first electric car with four engines and an open design.
A new type of optical gyroscope could allow mobile devices to shrink even further.