Could coffee be the key to clean smelling feet? Boston-based start-up Atlas Sock is willing to bet on it.
The key to a great creative idea? Well, Lego can often be a good starting point to unlock potential.
In the age of entertainment dominated by zombie apocalypses and an ongoing retreat from energy wasting technology, this new torch is a bright idea.
Here's a bright idea that really lights up the streets.
It just got a whole lot easier for companies dreaming of opening up a pop-up store, with Sydney-based start-up Pop-up Brands about to launch a range of short-term public liability insurance policies.
Start-ups are calling for more innovation in Australia’s education sector following the passage of the Gonski school funding reforms into law.
Creative renderings of our favourite foods have provided some entrepreneurs with plenty of food for thought.
Australian start-ups seeking funding will soon have a potential new source of capital as a Hong Kong-based angel investment firm prepares to launch a start-up “stock exchange”.
While Apple has made a good name for OS X being easy to use, sometimes configuring the desktop picture isn't exactly straightforward.
Space is the place for commerce if PayPal succeeds in getting its new initiative off the ground.
Don't be a mug when it comes to your coffee mug. Get creative instead.
Millions of tech junkies will be hitting up Google to find out how to keep their smartphones dry with this product.
Stay dry and keep groovin' in these loud and funky gumboots.
A new invention combines a skateboard and a stroller to help busy parents on the move. If you have a similar idea, it might be time to get your skates on.
Two international accelerators are seeking Australian applications for residential programs in New York and Valencia, Spain.
Expectant parents want to get in touch with their babies. So a new baby belt from Huggies might be an idea they really get a kick out of.
No need for sour grapes when things don’t go your way. If your cup overflows with inspiration, harvest your idea like Georgia Beattie and her single-serve wine glasses.
In an increasingly crowded breakfast food marketplace, how do you create a product that really stands out? The creators of Boca Java think they have found the answer with their bacon-flavoured coffee.
A popular London sushi chain has begun using toy helicopters to deliver orders. The could take off in Australia too.
In a galaxy not so far, far away, a wise entrepreneur once fused together Star Wars and a pair of knitting needles into a product that taps two separate markets. There could be other opportunities that might be sewn up in a similar way.