A new report finds that "linear and video on demand viewing will be almost equal in just three years", with mobile viewing to soar and 1 in 3 consumers by 2020 to be virtual reality users.
One of the most anticipated VR titles to date is Fallout 4 VR, and though it's due on 12 December, purchasers of an HTC Vive from today will get it free.
The Australian (and presumably global) smartphone market is about to explode with yet another iPhone super-cycle, with Augmented Reality the new battleground as 1 in 3 already use AR apps – and more to come.
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So amazingly refreshing to see that even a conservative think tank (with a bit of 'free market' libertarian / neoliberalism/neoconservatism[…]
War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is Strength.
VoLTE is essential as 5G continues to be rolled out. Operators need the current 3G bandwidth for 5G and Telstra[…]