Remember the cars on The Flintstones? German designers have used the “modern stone age family” concept to create a new type of bicycle.
A new device, dubbed the Air Camera, simplifies the design of a digital camera down to a Bluetooth-enabled lens and a motion-sensor shutter button mounted on two rubber bands.
Are you struggling to find someone the perfect present? A new Australian app can help you choose a gift they’ll really want.
Fashion designer Jil Sander is tapping into the “stealth wealth” trend with a $280 paper lunch bag.
Pen manufacturer Bic has courted controversy from reviewers by designing a new range of pens specifically for women.
The next big trend in dining is about to swing our way. Certainly, it’s not a great leap to say that this is a business concept even Tarzan could get the hang of.
What’s better than a skateboard? A skateboard with four electric motors that can go from zero to 45 km/h in 1.9 seconds.
Building scaffolds are often ugly structures designed to protect pedestrians from debris. However, a New York company has created a kit to transform them into functional public spaces.
A new CSIRO report identifies the six megatrends businesses need to know about.
In a concept straight out of The Jetsons, a luxury high-rise development in Singapore has begun selling apartments with “sky garages”. It’s a concept that could lift-off in Australia too.
Are you getting a tired of seeing Instagram’s “retro” effect on every photo you see? A new app might be able to Normalize things for you.
Are you having trouble attending an important overseas meeting? A new invention called the “Double robot” can turn an iPad into a “virtual you”.
Jenna Fizel and Mary Huang of Continuum Fashion are redesigning the fashion industry, using 3D printers and a material called Nylon 12.
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.