Nebia is a new showerhead design that uses 70 per cent less water than a regular showerhead.
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Boston-based hardware startup Lumos is taking the illuminated cycle helmet a step further with the addition of wireless indicator lights.
In keeping with the general trend towards intuitive ads, Google has announced a new feature designed to give users a more streamlined purchasing experience.
Xiaomi took its first steps outside of Asia after launching its business in Brazil.
LinkedIn innovated the professional recruitment sphere by giving people the ability to search out jobs and apply directly.
PlateJoy, the meal-kit delivery startup, has raised $1.7 million allowing it to explore bigger markets and compete more effectively with competitors like Blue Apron.
Although not the first company to have the idea HotelsByDay are confident they can fill hotel rooms that so often stay empty during the day. The startup is aiming to help a variety of
A new product called LINE Life Global Gateway was recently announced, aimed at growing messaging app Line’s network of services. The strategy will see the expansion of services from simply communication to include e-commerce,
Jawbone, makers of the UP trackers, is planning on adding at least two fitness tracking devices to its line as well. The news, which broke on The Information, means that announcements of wearables from
BuzzFeed draws about 150 million average monthly viewers and is most well-known for its short, bulleted or numbered lists of things that tend to go viral. Often, those lists are related to a company
In a bid to strengthen its position as the king of electronic commerce, Amazon has unveiled a new store for three-dimensionally printed items, according to TechCrunch.
Legendary rocker Neil Young is no stranger to future technology and fiddling with the implications. His LincVolt car, a converted 1959 Lincoln running on electricity and a generator powered by anything combustible, was straight