New Business Ideas

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Invention Of The Week? Quickey Opens Everything But Doors

Christopher Hawker, a popular inventor and entrepreneur in Columbus, Ohio, has developed a key for everything, but it doesn’t open any doors. It's a simple, no-rocket-science-invention. But how will it sell on the market?

DreamScreen Makes Your TV Totally Awesome

A team of inventors in Boca Raton, Florida, are changing the way everyone in the world watches their tube through unique LED lighting technology. Called DreamScreen, this technology creates an amazing home theater experience. Question is will this new technology hurt the sales on new flat screen TVs?

Invention Of The Week? Teslasuit Lets You Feel What You Play

A team of inventors in London, UK, are revolutionizing the future of virtual reality and gaming. The Teslasuit has just launched and it’s a full-body haptic suit that lets you feel the world of virtual reality you are experiencing. What VR world will you explore when you get your Teslasuit?

Tsū Social Network Kicks Off First POWERBALL Office Pool For Users (Updated)

Office pools for lottery drawings have been around for almost 100 years. According to a Wikipedia entry: 'the betting pools' concept was first introduced by Littlewoods, a retail and betting commpany in England (1923) and was developed initially for football matches.

Invention Of The Week? New Earthquake-Proof Bed Could Help Save Lives

Chinese inventor Wang Wenxi has developed a concept for an earthquake-proof bed that swallows you (and yours) up when it senses the ground shaking. That’s right when the ground starts moving you and your mattress are dropped into a sealed unit that is loaded full of supplies. The question is will this invention be a hit among the claustrophobic types?

Invention Of The Week? 20:16 MoonWalker Shoes Defy Gravity

This is one small step for man, and one giant leap for city dwellers. A team of inventors in NYC have developed the 20:16 Moonwalker Shoes. They are space-age shoes specifically designed so that you actually experience what it feels like when walking on the moon. Are you ready to conquer the world one step at a time?

18 Top Thought Leaders Share 2016 Predictions For Tsū

Why would anyone be concerned enough to want to predict what happens to a small social network with only 4.7 million followers? Shouldn’t we focus on that which is the largest in the land? Shouldn’t we focus on the largest in the land? With over 1.6 billion users, surely folks would want to know the future of Facebook, no?

Invention Of The Week? Seabin Will Help Clean The Oceans One Marina At A Time

Two surfing dudes have developed an innovative waste bin that will help solve, educate and prevent our oceans pollution problems.  Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski have developed the Seabin, which is an automated marina bin that collects floating rubbish, debris and oil 24/7. So, will marinas around the world be able to afford this new technology?

Curbside App Allows You To Shop Locally And Pick Up Packages Without Leaving Your Car

If you’re one of the millions of people who absolutely abhor entering a brick and mortar store to buy things, you’ve now got more options to choose from when it comes to shopping and receiving your purchases on time.

Luna Is A Smart 360° Camera For Everyone

It looks like an eyeball that’s about the size of a pool ball, but it’s a camera – a high-tech one on every level. A team of inventors from Mountain View, California, has developed Luna, which they claim is the world’s smallest and smartest camera presently on the market. Sure, Luna sounds neat, but can you really afford to get your hands on this new technology?