Australian fashion retailers are starting to put a veil over faces caked in make-up, with increased demand for protective masks to stop lipstick and foundation rubbing onto garments.
We’ve had guyliner and men’s mascara. Now there’s guylashes – false eyelashes for men. The fake eyelashes, from make-up brand Eylure, are in stores across Britain, including Harrods.
Indian researchers say they are close to developing an “electronic nose” to sniff out tuberculosis on the breath, offering rapid diagnosis that could save thousands of lives.
A stomach implant that tricks the brain into feeling full is the latest weapon in the battle of the bulge.
A new wristband that links to a smartphone app is designed to be worn around the clock to make the wearer healthier by tracking eating habits, sleep and exercise.
A website and phone app has taken the notion of the “now and then” photo to another level, allowing people to see what a street looked like 10, 20 or even 100 years ago.
Events that offer to set up wealthy older men with young women, dubbed Sugar Daddy Parties, are set to hit Britain after becoming popular in the United States.
Investable is a free ideas exchange and networking forum for the financial market, enabling more accountable and transparent discussion around Australian listed shares and securities.
Australian universities are being encouraged to make their intellectual property available for free, after the University of NSW said it will offer IP licences to entrepreneurs at no charge.
A new sat-nav can project route directions onto windscreens, leaving drivers with no excuse for getting lost.
Lonely Planet has named Darwin as one of the top 10 cities in the world to visit, suggesting the tourism industry could be set for a boost in the Northern Territory capital.
Cronsync is a web-based time-tracking and accounting solution, which simplifies billing and invoicing procedures while showing businesses how profitable their projects and clients are.
We’ve all heard of near field communication technology being used to make mobile payments, but a student from the University of Sydney has taken it one step further.
For anyone who wants to know whether they’re being paid enough, there’s an app that can calculate a person’s current worth in the workplace.
Artificial blood made from stem cells could be used in transfusions in just two years, which would prevent shortages in hospitals, prove a lifesaver on battlefields, and at car crash sites.
Melbourne-based milliner Kerrie Stanley and Sisko Chocolate founder Christina Tantsis have put a sweet twist on custom-made racing headwear: a fascinator adorned with chocolate.
A British internet company is launching a “virtual” shop with pictures of groceries, bringing a whole new meaning to the term “window shopping”.
The changing recruitment market can provide some good opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Does the emergence of eBay-inspired services, such as WeTeachMe, suggest there are business opportunities for other start-ups? It’s certainly worth checking out.
Legacy badges traditionally come as pins to stick on your clothes, but now they’ve entered the digital age with new MP3 “buttons” or virtual badges.