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February 28, 2014.

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Here are the new business ideas that caught our attention today:

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Café for cats set to open in London

Opening this weekend, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is not only open to cat-lovers, but even has its own resident felines to entertain guests. READ MORE...


Vending machine promises hot burritos in 60 seconds

Burritobox is a vending machine that delivers five different types of filled tortillas on demand. READ MORE...

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Patch lets homeowners test a new color without ruining their wall

Created by the UK’s Colour & Paint, iPatch is a simple sticker that can be added and removed from any surface without damage. READ MORE...



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PSFK talks to Brooklyn Boulder's Senior Cultural Chameleon to learn about the importance of human contact and movement to creativity.
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The programing site celebrates its one year anniversary by teaching people how to create the now defunct entertainment.
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Create complex shapes and designs by pushing and pulling these cubes apart.
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Google Glass will bring highly selective experiences to the future of advertising.
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Just one example of how Berg aims to create a connected home.
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Boeing has filed papers with the FCC for a new phone to be sold exclusively to government agencies and defense companies.
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New project gives a second life to mobile messages.
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Supermarket giant partners up with food intelligence firm to create a futuristic way to shop online.
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The Dalai Lama joins Instagram, Google wants to make a $50 smartphone, TechCrunch is crowdsourcing journalism, and more.
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Created by Hyphae Design Laboratory, PPlanter functions as both a public toilet and a bamboo planter.
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The result of a six year long project envisions supplying food, energy and everything else within the five boroughs.
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The MYX lamp shade is actually an intricate matrix of mycelium roots.
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Instead of playing from an aerial perspective, ZeldaVR enables people to play the classic game from the perspective of one of the characters
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Android app gives boyfriends a breather and some personal time.
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Moffett Airfield is the latest piece in the Internet giant's real-estate puzzle.
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Maria Popova explores the correlation between sleep habits and literary success in an infographic.
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Artist Sam Meech creates video animations by capturing individual frames of moving knitted pieces.
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Notegraphy lets users create and publish notes in beautiful formats and layouts.
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UnHate News wants to put a positive spin on the injustice around the world.
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New technologies help people make the world better by doing nothing.
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ShareRoller turns bike-share units into e-bikes.
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A look at how brands are embracing the junk foods we love in a healthier, more organic way.
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PSFK Labs looks at Incentivized Wellness as a way to eliminate unhealthy behaviors with rewards.
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Interactive billboard uses ultra sonic sensors to react to its surroundings by blowing in the wind.
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