Facebook Libra, virtual doctors, eye-tracking remotes.

Sustainable e-commerce is snowballing: Wallpaper introduces Goodee, a new luxury homewares digital marketplace, and luxury e-retailer Net-A-Porter is launching Net Sustain, a new product vertical selling exclusively sustainable pieces, reports Elle.

Adweek introduces Girlgaze, a new platform working to improve gender diversity in advertising by “paving the way for companies to hire female-identifying and nonbinary creative talent.”

–Facebook has announced plans for a global digital currency that promotes financial inclusion, reports The Economist.

–Social media data could be used to predict diseases, as the newest iteration in digital treatments, explains Vice.

–Comcast has introduced a new remote that “lets you control your TV with your eyes,” Wired announces.

–Watch Dogs: Legion is making gaming more empathetic by helping “players value from different backgrounds,” writes BBC.

WWD explores the rise of “head spas,” which offer facial-like treatments for your scalp.

–Lululemon is branching into beauty with a new skincare line. Via Fast Company.

–Walmart is piloting a new unlimited grocery delivery service, announces Tech Crunch.

Jing Daily explores how gamification is reshaping luxury retail.

–With over-tourism wreaking havoc on cities around the world, BBC describes how to be a mindful tourist.