Beauty queens no longer have to hit cosmetics counters to test lipstick and eye shadow – they can do it at the click of a mouse.
Just imagine if your favourite fast food snack came in edible packaging? With WikiCells, it just might happen.
Breathometer now offers party hosts the opportunity to hire a portable breathalyser for their event.
Illustrator Carla Berrocal, from Madrid, has raised the created a 1980s Atari-style wedding invitation for two computer analysts in Chile.
Sandals sculpted from doves are part of a bizarre new collection of footwear made from animals.
A Sydney firm has devised a new water saving device it says could reduce household water consumption by 35%.
Britons with regional accents are rejoicing about a new app that speaks their language, while the designers reap the rewards.
Two Brisbane entrepreneurs have come to the aid of outdoor diners, with the launch of their invention ShooAway set to change the face of alfresco dining.
An Australian teenager has created a new 3D online shopping mall, which he says is a first for the country.
In a bid to compete with professional carwashes, inventors of the Blaster Brush hope it will grow the DIY car washing market. It's just one of many DIY business opportunities out there.
New research suggests spider venom can relieve chronic pain conditions. This may mean business opportunities in spider farming for those who aren't arachnophobic.
TEDx is known for presenting talks by some of the world's greatest thinkers. With events in Australia this year, here are five of their best business-related talks to whet your appetite. BY OLIVER MILMAN.
An Indian cigarette lighter – which sings a death chant when users light up – is proving to be an effective way to deter smokers.
Researchers at Taiwan’s National Chung Hsing University have discovered that a stronger password may only be a heartbeat away.
For anyone who rides a bike, finding somewhere to store their helmet can prove difficult. Fortunately, an amazing new helmet called the Overade can solve that problem.
Customers struggling to get an appointment with a GP can now visit a US pharmacy chain’s virtual doctor. It's a business model that could work in Australia too.
In a world first, scientists have used a 3D printer to create a new lower jaw for an elderly patient.
Britain's new amphibious house may be the design of the future for Queensland’s flood-prone regions.
Unlike conventional cameras that capture a single plane of light, the revolutionary Lytro camera captures all the light travelling in every direction.
Fitness fanatics can now have a workout while they eat, thanks to the launch of a bizarre new cutlery set.