Ever woken up after hearing a bump in the middle of the night, and wished you had a baseball bat beside your bed for protection? Thanks to this bedside table-as-shield-and-club idea, you won’t need to.
You can now bring new life to any room in your home, courtesy of these breathing walls.
Kids these days are more likely to use a sofa than a dining table. Thankfully, a new invention makes life in small apartments easier than ever.
A deft deployment of a hint or two of a product’s origin can be a great way to re-work an existing product. A perfect example is this mooing cup.
There’s nothing quite so powerful as an idea whose time has come. And this cold wintery weather could be the perfect time for a sleeping bag jacket.
It seems the comic book fad just keeps swinging from web to web. If your spidey-sense is tingling at a new business opportunity, now’s the time to cash in.
Consumers are increasingly considering the environment when planning their daily commute. Now a new type of scooter, made from organic materials, hopes to speed ahead in the green transport market.
With Halloween just around the corner, a new line of stockings is offering consumers a killer new look.
Since time immemorial, toddlers have wanted to help their parents cook in the kitchen, but have lacked the skills necessary to handle the tools. Now a new product called the Chewp can let them in on the action safely.
If your dog or cat likes hiding in the bushes, bringing them back inside can be frustrating – especially at night. But before you go barking mad, a new invention provides an illuminating solution.
Plant a pot of pens and watch your creativity flourish with this clever remake of the commonplace writing implement.
The humble peg holder has received a stylish makeover. Could you find a mundane product that you can make fabulous?
These ingenious tea towels by designer Zoe Ikin take the token tourist gift and basic budget product to a new level.
Have you ever wanted to pick up that last tandoori drumstuck, but been worried about having greasy or sticky fingertips afterwards? If so, you need a pair of Trongs.
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.