Discover what you may have missed last week in the digital world
In collaboration with the Out of Home giant Clear Channel, the App “Surviving in Brussels” has officially been launched. The goal is to help people in a precarious situation by providing them with the information or the help they need. More than 100 associations have helped collaborated to the project, and allow people in need to have access to the information on Clear Channel’s digital screens all around the city.
For more information: Clear Channel
Many jobs require coding skills and it’s interesting to introduce children to this practice from an early age. However, it has been proven many times that screens have harmful effects on children's brains. With this robot, children from 3 to 6 years old can learn to code while having fun without having their eyes glued to a screen.
For more information: Siècle Digital
Belgium is falling behind in the race towards 5G. And it does not come without consequences. For consumers 5G is a question of comfort and ease of use, but for companies there are important economic repercussions. Some Telecoms might hesitate to invest money, and this represents a missed opportunity in a commercial point of view for Belgium.
For more information: Lecho
Spotify will soon launch an option that would offer a "real" karaoke experience to his users. This option will display the lyrics of the songs but also have an advantage of "synchronized voices” to try to sing like the artist of the song. It is undoubtedly thanks to the launch of this option by Apple Music that Spotify was motivated to create it too.
For more information: Digital Trends
This article is a logical sequel to our previous one about blockchain. You most likely have heard of Bitcoin, more often labelled as BTC in the world of cryptocurrencies, but do you know what it really means?
Nul besoin d’encore présenter le concept de digitalisation, qui depuis plusieurs années transforme doucement notre quotidien et chacun de ses domaines. Les banques et assurances, la communication, les loisirs, la médecine…
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