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App increases accessibility for disabled users on the go

App increases accessibility for disabled users on the go

Whatever you want, as the saying goes – a taxi, a burger, a date – there’s an app for that. But is there an app for you? According to the team behind assist-Mi, an app centred on accessibility, most developers have things the wrong way…

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Peeple lets you see who’s knocking at the door on your smartphone

Peeple lets you see who’s knocking at the door on your smartphone

What do you do when someone calls you on the phone, and you don’t answer it? It goes to answer phone. What do you do when you miss someone at your front-door? Well, I guess you just miss them? Or maybe they put a note…

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Sagent uses one line of code to increase online sales

Sagent uses one line of code to increase online sales

Sagent’s new technology combines data science and psychology with web optimisation to increase web purchases. “It’s too simple to be true,” says Rodger Buyvoets, Managing Director of Sagent. “At first I really didn’t believe that with only one line of code online purchasing could be…

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Travel app allows you to map your trip and share your stories in real-time

Travel app allows you to map your trip and share your stories in real-time

People climb to the top of Machu Picchu in complete darkness, road trip along the East Coast of Australia in a camper van and wander the cobble stone streets of Lisbon in glorious sunshine to discover new cultures, attain an understanding of different perspectives and…

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Pollen – fintech for fairness

Pollen – fintech for fairness

Serial entrepreneur, world traveller, handsome devil, 26 years old – hating Benji Wakeham should be easy… But his new venture, Pollen, is fintech with a moral compass – and he’s a bloody nice bloke to-boot. In early 2010, fresh from graduating at Nottingham University’s business…

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Developing a level playing field for traders and investors

Developing a level playing field for traders and investors

Ruzbeh Bacha had been trading as a retail investor for 15 years when he founded City Falcon in February 2014. Tired and frustrated of not having access to the same market data used by financial institutions and cash-rich day traders to aid investment decisions, Ruzbeh…

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New BMX sensor technology set to shake up the extreme sports industry

New BMX sensor technology set to shake up the extreme sports industry

The team at Portuguese startup Coppr have created the world’s first BMX sensor and are in a position to take the device to market. Rui Sousa Campos, owner of Coppr and the guy with the vision behind Iddo, met with Follow Innovation to tell us about…

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