Sick of losing your phone? There’s a new way to stay abreast of where you put it last.
Entrepreneurial cake shops in the UK are helping parents to celebrate learning their baby’s gender. It’s an opportunity waiting to be delivered in Australia.
Do café loyalty cards clog up your wallet? Here’s an app that can help.
Do you love your Harley? Well, there’s now an automatic washing machine on the market for motorbikes and scooters.
Ever wanted to go camping, but been too lazy to leave your backyard? If so, the Suburban Camping Company has your next “trip” planned.
What do you get if you cross a jet ski with the mobility of a surfboard? A watersports revolution known as the WaveJet.
Xeni is a fashion label that makes couture-quality clothing for women who use wheelchairs.
A mobile phone with X-ray vision could be just around the corner – or behind the wall.
Gyms are tapping into the latest movie craze by offering members The Hunger Games workout, suggesting there could be a market for movie-inspired workouts.
With Summer fast fading to a distant memory, the rain clouds are out with a vengeance. This was once the season of umbrellas that blow apart with the slightest breeze – until the Nubrella came along.
Anyone who has children knows they love to draw – on everything. With that in mind, a tablecloth has been designed that allows children to draw on it to their hearts content.
A chocolate printer that allows sweets lovers to create custom-made 3D treats is to go on sale for $3,850.
Perfume is going high-tech, with a new fragrance that claims to smell like a new Apple laptop.
Feathers will fly on the box with mobile game Angry Birds being made into a TV show.
An adjustable high heel that tells you when your feet need a break has been created by students, answering women’s prayers everywhere.
For those people who love to lie back in a hot bubble bath and let the water soak up their stress, there is a device that aims to ensure their experience is as enjoyable as possible.
A new phone app creates a virtual wall at popular places and tourist attractions, so visitors can see messages and videos from those who came before.
One of Vincent Van Gogh’s most famous works has been turned into an interactive iPad app, allowing users to manipulate his brushstrokes and create their own version.
An app launched last month transfers tweets from a user’s Twitter profile and prints them on toilet roles.
It was only a matter of time before someone designed a pair of gloves to wear while using a mobile phone. What other products could become more mobile-friendly?