Effie, the first home appliance for ironing, takes care of the most mundane and boring tasks you have to do-Ironing. In fact, the team behind Effie believes that Ironing takes ages, it’s hard to do well and it’s a waste of time.
FireFighters use their hands to detect surface in burning buildings. How safe is that? C-Thru eliminates this by outlining burning buildings and projecting useful data on a head-mounted AR display.
Is Reverse Logistics really important for Merchandise Firms? Well, according to a survey carried out by Optoro, 71% buyers are more likely make a second purchase from a store if they get a positive returns experience.
In this era of wearable, iBreathe is the ground-breaking invention of London based start-up which offers the world's very initial wearable air purifier to inhale fresh air anywhere in anytime.
VRgo chair is groud-breaking motion controller for virtual reality. It allows you to tilt and spin in the real world which will be concerted as the movement in virtual world. The company has created a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter which will be launched on 3rd November, 2015.
I am not saying you are lazy, even I don’t consider myself lazy, but I am computer programmer, writer and entrepreneur. I have spent an enormous amount of time sitting in front of a computer for the past decade. I felt the result of it, in a hard way, after injuring my 5th Lumbar Vertebra by just sitting for too long. Now here is one very interesting and intriguing innovation named "Level” that offers a solution to this problem. Stay with us to know more.
Looking for a way to fund your business? Crowdfunding can be a bit of a daunting ordeal for you, but you can try these alternatives to fund your dream business.
Airlines have a tendency to screw with their passengers in a whole lot of ways. AirHelp is a company that aims to help you get compensated if the airline has indeed screwed with you or your schedule.
KickStarter, launched five years ago, has become a synonym for online funds crowdsourcing. The company has now reached the milestone of having crossed the $1 billion mark in pledges.
Y Combinator is a startup incubator of sorts which has successfully propped up companies like Airbnb and Dropbox. Paul Graham, the founder of Y Combinator who had been leading it until now, is stepping down. He will be replaced by Sam Altman.