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Google launches gaming streaming service Stadia

Google has unveiled its new digital gaming platform, Stadia, which will stream games to desktops, laptops, TVs and phones, eliminating the need for users to have powerful...

Digital Visitor wins ‘Best Digital Agency’ at the...

Digital Visitor, a leader in Digital Strategy and PR, has announced a recent awards win.  They won ‘Best Digital Agency’ at the Travel Marketing Awards in London. ...

Beijing’s Palace Museum building smart network...

Beijing's Palace Museum has partnered with Huawei to build a smart network with 5G technology. It also plans to use artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of...

Tokyo Olympics 2020 announces robot assistants to help...

The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 has announced the launch of its new Tokyo 2020 Robot Project, which will see innovative bots assisting wheelchair users at the games. The...

Attractions news: Hagrid, Blockchain and Wizards Unite

Welcome to the blooloop briefing; a roundup of attractions news from the last seven days.  In the news this week - an enchanted motorbike ride, a magical AR app,...

Facebook Reality Labs creates realtime lifelike avatars...

Facebook Reality Labs is working on lifelike avatars of its users in a project called Codec Avatars. The company's research division (formerly Oculus Research) has been...

SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards | bots, AI, AR, VR

The SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards, a leading venue for showcasing new technologies and innovations, has revealed its 2019 finalists and winners. From June 2018,...

Emaar launches own blockchain digital currency

Dubai-based Emaar Group, a global property developer and provider of premium lifestyles, has announced plans to launch a blockchain digital currency. As technology...

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite AR mobile game unveiled

Warner Bros and Niantic have unveiled Harry Potter: Wizards Unite – a new augmented reality mobile game inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. Developed by...

Smithsonian museums roll out Aira accessibility...

Smithsonian visitors who are blind or have low vision will soon be able to access to innovative and groundbreaking new technology. Starting this spring, the Smithsonian...