Nike which creates sportswear to enhance people’s athletic power, has unveiled its new design ethos, Nature Amplified. It mirrors the production philosophy that has been guiding the brand for years—putting together body movement, scientific data and athlete insights to create a sportswear for the best training experience.

Following the advent of Strongbow’s digitally-enabled bottle top StartCap, based on an RFID technology, and Heineken’s Ignite battery-powered bottle that responds to light and motion, another globally recognized beer brand Beck’s has created a not-for-sale prototype of a music bottle that can be played on a specially-built device based on Thomas Edison’s original phonograph.

If you are rather unsatisfied with the service or quality of (fast) food in London, it’s high time to try a new offering from the biggest UK’s Japanese chain of restaurants YO! Sushi, which has recently introduced a revolutionary flying tray to amaze customers and further promote its lower-calorie natural Asian-style burger.

Nike is seeking new approaches that may revolutionize the shoe industry in the nearest future. In partnership with NASA, the U.S. State Department, and USAID, the sportswear giant is announcing the fourth Launch Challenge, calling R&D textile manufacturers to submit their groundbreaking ideas on new sustainable materials and entrepreneurial practices. The LAUNCH System Challenge 2013 that runs from April 24 through July 15, will accept “early bird” submissions starting June 15.

In early February, General Electric invited American creators to share their groundbreaking ideas with the world in celebration of National Inventor’s Day that coincided with the greatest U.S. inventor, Thomas Edison’s, birthday on February 11. The company teamed up with the BuzzFeed website and launched a social-media campaign #IWantToInvent on Twitter to collected revolutionary ideas submitted by public.

As part of the project, GE released a plethora of blueprints with the user-generated concepts.

Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Sergey Brin (Google) and Yuri Milner (Digital Sky Technologies) along with some other notable figures in the IT sector have joined forces to launch the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences Foundation to foster researchers in the biotech sphere. The list of founding sponsors also includes Zuckerberg’s wife Priscilla Chan, Brin’s wife and co-founder of 23andMe Anne Wojcicki as well as Art Levinson of Apple, who has been appointed the Chairman of the Foundation’s board.