Do you think that managing a crypto business is the hardest thing to do in 2019? Try selling something else online. What about good old alcohol? After all, prohibition ended a long time ago, demand is high, and lots of people want to work and make money. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple
It’s a new century, which means a brand-new vision for everything. UDrone is a startup that aims to rethink the way we control autonomous aircraft.
We already have inflatable beds, transformer tents, portable fryers and even barbecue grills you can fit in your backpack. The only thing missing for the perfect camping trip? A portable campfire, of course.
The Lomogon is the tenth lens from a New York startup called Lomography. It stands out among its competitors thanks to the range of features and characteristics it offers. The project is raising money on Kickstarter at the moment.
Many of you enjoy hiking and camping, but the need to carry a backpack full of gear can darken your vacation. VSSL Camp flashlight has been created to prevent this from happening.
What can you use to preserve food, if you can’t use plastic cling wrap? Food Wrap, of course! This is also a type of sticky wrap, except it can be reused over and over again, for many years.
UK-based startup Gomi has launched a new project with the goal of solving the world’s garbage problem. The startup is currently raising funds on Kickstarter to launch production of their audio speakers.
Every woman knows how fragile pantyhose are: one awkward movement and they develop runs. But the Sheertex startup promises to release a product that will be much more resistant to external influences than we are accustomed to think.
Norrland Parka is kind of like the Swiss army knife of winter clothing. This coat is truly functional and can offer comfort even in the most severe weather conditions.
Despite all the talk of optimizing work processes and reducing bureaucracy, paperwork still takes up a significant portion of our time. A robot created by startup Ripcord can put an end to this problem once and for all.
Popular delivery service FedEx announced the development of their own delivery robot, following in the footsteps of Starship Technologies and Amazon. Robot delivery is moving from the domain of science fiction into real life right before our eyes.
Users that don’t have access to high-performing equipment will soon get a chance to use a new version of the operating system that was specially developed for this market segment.