2016 was a banner year in tech and dev, and 2017 promises to be even more exciting.
If you thought 2016 was a banner year for changes in IT, hold onto your hat, because 2017 is shaping up to be even bigger, according to industry analysts.
2016 was a year that saw both steady progress and revolutionary leaps in the tech sector. The Internet of Things came into its own, augmented reality changed the visual landscape of cities, and cognitive computing became a force that is impossible to ignore.
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The runaway success of Pokémon Go shows how effective mobile together with augmented reality can be for any organization – media, entertainment, or otherwise – trying to boost user engagement.
By 2020, the augmented and virtual reality markets are expected to be worth about $150 billion. This is creating hardware and software development opportunities for startups in just about every industry and facet of life, from film to education to day-to-day office administration.