If you’re going away on a business trip, you can now kiss your loved one over the internet thanks to a new invention called the The Kissenger.
Just when you’ve gotten your head around tweeting, a group of developers invent a Chirp app. Thankfully, this “digital birdsong” promises to make it easier to transfer files between devices.
In the past, solar panels were olive green eyesores on rooftops. Now, thanks to next generation transparent solar panels, the windows on tall office towers can generate clean energy.
Just imagine footwear that makes you feel like you are just wearing socks, while giving as much protection as a pair of tough hiking boots? A Swiss company claims to have worked out how.
Scientists at the University of Copenhagen are developing “smart foods” that can trick us into feeling full after just a few bites.
Making time for personal growth and fitness can be difficult, especially if you’re stuck at the local playground with young kids. In the US, a new outdoor gym service has found a creative solution.
Do you like the idea of having a late-afternoon snooze, while wrapped up in a soft cushion? The Blandito has you covered.
Fresh local produce is a growing trend in kitchens everywhere. Now, thanks to the Urban Cultivator Home, fresh local produce is a trend that can grow in kitchens everywhere too.
Cycling on the roads at night can be hazardous. Thankfully, a US-based company has had the bright idea of building a glow-in-the-dark bicycle, shedding some light on a possible solution.
Have you ever wondered what a painting is worth? At least two nights at the Clarion Hotel in Stockholm, apparently.
UK supermarket chain Tesco is rolling out “virtual supermarkets” in airports, allowing tourists to order food to be delivered when they return from their holiday.
Ever wanted to be certain the colour of the shoes you’re looking at matches your outfit? There’s a new colour matching app that can help you out.
Gift giving is going social thanks to a new app, with the team behind Skype and LinkedIn keen to Wrapp up the Australian gift market.
Wealthy people who want sparkling clean floors are proving to be a golden prospect for one US firm. With a 24-carat gold-plated vacuum cleaner, GoVacuum.com looks to really clean up.
Many commuter cyclists cite the environmental benefits of riding to work. One entrepreneur has now taken this environmental argument to a whole new level, building a bike out of scraps of cardboard.
There has always been a market for toilet humour. Now a US company is capturing the niche with a waterproof entertainment system for urinals.
Feeling angry? A new hotline in Germany allows you to blow off steam by verbally abusing an operator for 1.49 euros a minute. It's a service customers swear by.
A new online marketplace helps you to find people – “TaskRabbits” – who can help you complete the tasks on your to-do list. It’s an example of how social networks can strengthen real-life communities.
With more men doing the supermarket shopping than ever before, one New York supermarket has set up an aisle stocked with “manly” items. The “dude food” is now flying off the shelves.
Student Brittany Wenger has won the top prize at Google’s Science Fair with an artificial brain that can detect cancer. Medical minds are already thinking about the possibilities.