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Apple is Turning Big Cities’ Streets into Art with Augmented Reality

Tech giant Apple (Apple) is exporting the gallery to the real world, creating a fun digital cityscape through Augmented Reality (AR), informs Reuters.

Apple's augmented reality tool, which is active in Paris, New York, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong and San Francisco, enhances real life by overlaying words and images with reality, according to fans of the new technology.

Physical Stores Remain Fashionable in Sofia

The progressive development of online commerce globally has not significantly affected the demand for modern commercial properties in the capital in the first half of 2019. On the contrary, it has reached record levels on a half-year basis since 2015. The total utilized area for the period under review is 21,900 sq.m. This is stated in the latest report by Colliers International.

Apple Provides 2.4 Million Direct and Indirect Jobs

2.4 million jobs are supported directly or indirectly by the US technology giant Apple (Apple). That's 20 percent more than the company's 2017 estimated (2 million), Reuters reported.

The company's direct workforce has increased from 80,000 to 90,000 in the two-and-a-half years since the last self-assessment of US jobs, the iPhone maker said.

Part of the Wing of a Passenger Plane in New York Fell Off

A Chinese passenger plane forcibly returned to Kennedy Airport in New York after part of its wing broke off, NOVA TV reported.

China Eastern's Boeing 777-300 machine transported 300 people from New York to Shanghai. When taking-off, part of the wing of the plane broke off and fell to the ground.

Colliers: Reverse of the Trend - Local Companies Are once again Dominating the Real Estate Investment Market

In the first half of 2019 there has been a reversal in the trends in the investment property market in Bulgaria. For the first time in two years, Bulgarian investors have taken the lead and contributed to the majority of transactions - 59%. Colliers' end-2018 projections for shrinking investment volumes came true.

Thirty-five Bulgarians Cannot Fly out of Frankfurt

Thirty-five Bulgarians are at Frankfurt Airport after failing to depart a regular Wizz Air flight at 3.10pm.

They claim that the airline and the airport authorities are to blame for the delay, which has preceded the situation, and for now, Wizz Air refuses to provide them with new tickets for a future flight to their homeland.

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