You could be forgiven for thinking that 2016 was the year of virtual reality (VR). However, the last three months have witnessed somewhat of a renaissance when it comes to the augmented reality space.
Pokemon Go is one of the biggest mobile games ever. It has attracted legions of fans around the world. And certain places, such as Central Park in New York, have now become hotspots for players, as well as the usual hordes of tourists. What does this mean for property?
Blast from the past Pokémon Go has swept smartphone users off their couches, across streets, hunting for virtual creatures night and day. At first glance it seems illogical. But the success of Pokémon Go is a great illustrator of what technology can do to help people stay fit and get healthy – across all ages.
With social media going mad with letters and emails from offices trying to deter employees from catching Pokémon when they are supposed to be working, Chris Cook shares a few tips on ensuring your staff don't "catch 'em all" at work".
Do you want to be the very best? Like no one ever was? Well, as Nintendo’s Pokemon Go craze continues to see people of all ages embrace the long-running franchise in its new mobile game format, it’s actually resulted in real world job generation as professional Pokemon trainers are now a thing.