Gismart’s newly published game Cool Goal! becomes a global hit

Gismart’s newly published game Cool Goal! becomes a global hit

Earlier in 2019, mobile entertainment company Gismart announced opening a new division dedicated to casual and hyper casual game development and publishing. Today Gismart Games division has eight teams with a total headcount of over 70 people. Each team is working on a few game titles simultaneously. Gismart’s Cool Goal! – developed by the team […]

British Museum and Samsung offer 35,000 school pupils the chance to virtually visit the Museum

British Museum and Samsung offer 35,000 school pupils the chance to virtually visit the Museum

The British Museum and Samsung reopen the award-winning Samsung Digital Discovery Centre (SDDC) after a significant upgrade, and announce an ambitious new digital learning programme that brings together the world of museums with the world of technology. The new SDDC sees a major expansion of the Virtual Visits programme, where schools that are unable to […]

LAB launches new method to aid in the detection of potentially vulnerable people online

LAB launches new method to aid in the detection of potentially vulnerable people online

Digital agency LAB, part of the LAB Group of agencies, has announced the launch of a proprietary method to identify vulnerable customers online. The Intra-Browser Vulnerability Assessment (IBVA) assesses the likelihood that a customer is vulnerable, based on their behaviour within a purely digital transaction – such as the purchase of a personal loan or investment product.  LAB developed the […]

Gen Z are the most likely to be influenced online while being the most savvy, finds Adobe study

Gen Z are the most likely to be influenced online while being the most savvy, finds Adobe study

Despite being the first generation to grow up online, new data reveals that Generation Z (age up to 23) are the age group most likely to be influenced by what they see on the internet. Adobe’s Across The Generations study surveyed 1,200 UK consumers evenly distributed across Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X and Baby Boomers. It found that […]

Macmillan Cancer Support looks to AI to drive sign ups to ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’

Macmillan Cancer Support looks to AI to drive sign ups to ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’

Macmillan Cancer Support is using artificial intelligence (AI) to drive sign ups to its ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ event on 27th September. The UK’s leading cancer support charity is working with technology platform Automated Creative for the second year in a row, with the aim of encouraging people to sign up to host their own […]

BBC and tech firms join forces to fight disinformation

BBC and tech firms join forces to fight disinformation

Plans to help tackle so-called “fake news” have been announced by the BBC and some of the biggest names in journalism and technology. The new measures include an early warning system for use during elections or when lives may be at risk, extra online education and improved access to impartial resources for voters. Major publishers, […]

Public sector still unprepared for incoming website accessibility regulation, warns Sigma

Public sector still unprepared for incoming website accessibility regulation, warns Sigma

With just two weeks to go until the UK government implements a new digital accessibility law, many public sector bodies could still be unprepared for the change, warns a specialist design company. The new government legislation is set to come into effect on 23rd September 2019. It will require all public sector websites and apps to meet […]

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