The Nintendo Switch was released on March 3rd as a seemingly complete console, but what if it is just a stepping stone for Nintendo to dominate a certain gaming market that can be used in everyday life.
Earlier this week, Chelsea FC unveiled their pioneering new augmented reality app; Chelsea Kicker.
Ericsson, a Swedish technology company, has inked a deal with BT Sport for its PIERO Augmented Reality software feature set, giving them the tools to take their coverage to the next level.
With Pokemon GO becoming a worldwide phenomenon, Sony is now looking to enter the mobile gaming market.
After the success of their Diehard Fan App for the NCAA Championships, Nissan has re-launched its app to engage and excite fans, before and during the Rio 2016 Olympics.