Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

5 December 2023

Amsterdam develops software to blur out people in street mapping pictures

On 28 October, the city of Amsterdam started using a new software to netter anonymise people on street scenes even better. While people’s faces were already […]
21 November 2023

Thousands in line to get Elon Musk’s brain chip implant

Since Elon Musk’s brain chip, Neuralink, started recruiting volunteers for conducting the ‘first-in-human’ clinical trial, it has received “an outpouring of interest from thousands of prospective […]
15 November 2023

Google maps deletes wilderness trail after near-death of hiker

A hiking trail for Mount Fromme area in Canada’s British Columbia has been deleted by Google Maps, after a fatality two years ago and now emergency […]
14 November 2023

London’s subway stations to be featured on Google Street View

Google Street View is set to venture into the subterranean world of the London Underground, capturing 360-degree images of approximately 30 metro stations. Stations such as […]
31 October 2023

Tinder releases “Matchmaker” feature

Tinder has recently introduced a new feature named Tinder Matchmaker, marking a shift towards a collaborative approach in the pursuit of love. The feature empowers users […]
30 October 2023

Musk continues quest for “everything app” amid death threat accusations

Social media site X looks set to feature more video content, plus recruitment services and news agency functions, if new ambitions for the platform, formerly known […]
26 September 2023

Safety concerns mount against Elon Musk’s brain chip ahead of human trials

Neuralink, Elon Musk’s company developing brain chips, has started recruiting for human trials, after being granted approval by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in […]
25 September 2023

Texas-based company achieves first space-based 5G call to a regular phone

On September 8th 2023, a historic moment took place which will define how we communicate in future years. For the first time in history, AST SpaceMobile […]
5 September 2023

NASA partners with SpaceX to test space internet with lasers on ISS

NASA is ready to test space internet with lasers and will send a technology demonstration to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of SpaceX’s Commercial […]
30 August 2023

Google Flights unveils new feature to help passengers save money

Airplane tickets have become increasingly expensive over the past 3 years and future travelers often spend a lot of time looking for the best deal for […]
24 August 2023

Meta to offer chronological stories and reels in Europe to comply with EU law

Meta, the tech giant owning Instagram and formerly known as Facebook, announced updates on its operations in Europe as part of the Digital Services Act (DSA) […]
21 August 2023

Are you one of the 80% about to get caught out by UK roaming charges in Europe?

UK communications regulator Ofcom has found that nearly 20% of holidaymakers are unaware of roaming charges when travelling, and over 80% rely on their network to […]
15 August 2023

AI reimagines famous destinations in the style of iconic artists

A new AI image gallery from adventure travel company Explore Worldwide reveals how popular travel destinations would look in the style of some of the most famous artists […]
3 August 2023 introduces smarter travel planning with AI assistant TripGenie has unveiled its new AI travel assistant, TripGenie. Seamlessly merging cutting-edge AI technology with travel planning and booking, TripGenie aims to facilitate travelers’ journeys, “from […]
27 July 2023

UNESCO calls for worldwide ban on smartphones in classrooms

In a recent report, UNESCO has called for a worldwide ban on smartphones in schools due to the detrimental impact of excessive mobile phone use on […]
27 July 2023

How regulators are catching up with ‘fail fast, fail often’ innovation

In Part 1, we explored the development ethos behind the Titan submersible and how it spoke to ‘fail fast’ culture. Here in Part 2 we look […]