Supermarket giant partners up with food intelligence firm to create a futuristic way to shop online.
Rusty materials found in a junkyard recycled into unique home and office pieces.
The cardboard box from Joolz has printed directions on how to turn it into useful items.
Chair, tables, and benches that light up and react to the body.
High-end fashion house tasks designers with unconventional materials like a cow bladder, and fish skin, for its furniture pieces.
The Swap-O-Matic lets users donate, receive or swap items in the different compartments, encouraging reusing and recycling.
The number of Google+ users and items they share continues to increase.