The aquarium develops AR application experience,and WIMI creates a sense of immersion in new applications of AR holographic technology

Andreas Milano

Hong Kong, March 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nowadays, the application of AR technology has already involved tourism, education, commerce, construction, industry, and other fields. Recently, an aquarium has used AR technology to bring visitors an unprecedented experience.

For Xpark, which officially opened this year, it took three years to complete the construction of Taiwan’s first Japanese aquarium. In addition to the large water tank,which isnearly 3-story high and is a must-see, the Magellanic Penguin and the King Penguin in the museum are among the star animals. This time, the Xpark plans a series of new activities with penguins as

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Nigeria’s YouWin program gives away free money for economic development : Planet Money : NPR

Andreas Milano

Lariat Alhassan had lots of great paint to sell but no office where she could meet clients. And then she heard an ad on the radio that seemed too good to be true.

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Lariat Alhassan had lots of great paint to sell but no office where she could meet clients. And then she heard an ad on the radio that seemed too good to be true.

Courtesy of Lariat Alhassan

Note: This episode originally ran in 2016

Lariat Alhassan owned a tiny paint business in Abuja, Nigeria. Things

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Google February 26 & 27th Search Algorithm Volatility

Andreas Milano

This weekend there was another unconfirmed Google search ranking update, maybe starting around February 26th through the 27th and maybe the 28th. There was significant chatter in the SEO forums and some of the tools showed a spike around the 27th of February.

Based on what I am seeing, most but not all tools have picked up on this update. And there is significant SEO community chatter to support the claims of a Google update.

Here is some of the chatter from over the past weekend from WebmasterWorld and Black Hat World:

Seems like Google is pushing some BS

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Verizon lays out its three-year, $10B plan for 5G

Andreas Milano


During an investor event held at the exact minute the FCC’s quiet period ended for its C-band spectrum auction, Verizon outlined exactly how it plans to expand and extend its 5G network with its C-band holdings – and how it expects to profit from the endeavor.


Verizon said it expects to offer up to 1Gbit/s peak speeds to 250 million Americans by 2024 by spending an extra $10 billion on its network over the course of those three years. However, the operator confirmed that it will not levy an extra charge for access to its speedy 5G

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Telstra will abolish post-paid mobile plans

Andreas Milano

Tough luck if you don’t like direct debit. Telstra will abolish post-paid mobile plans in a move to eventually make all its consumer-facing services pre-paid via direct debit.

It is a move by stealth. Normally you get a bill that you had 14 days to pay. Now it will be paid via direct debit to your credit card or bank account.

The announcement was without warning. It has left those who like to get an invoice and check it is correct, without recourse. And as it is impossible to contact a human at Telstra disputing the bill will be even

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Cincinnati now within arm’s reach of hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Andreas Milano

The Queen City is one of 17 cities competing for 10 U.S. host sites and now Cincinnati is just waiting on the good news.“This opportunity comes around once in 100 years,” says FC Cincinnati president Jeff Berding. “We’ve never had an opportunity like this and it’s at right at our fingertips.”Cincinnati is now within arm’s reach of hosting the 2026 World Cup. The bid is in and on Tuesday Cincinnati’s Local Organizing Committee spoke to FIFA and U.S. Soccer about hosting games at Paul Brown Stadium.“We spent a lot of time on grass, on putting in a grass field. We … Read More