It appears that the Pokemon resurgence instigated by virtual reality game Pokemon Go has finally reached peak collab levels, with Sydney burger mainstay Down N’ Out delivering three Pokemon themed burgers: the Pikachu, the Bulbasaur and the Charmander. You know, just in case you wanna eat ’em all too.
I recently received a link to a video about wearable ‘fashion’ tech from a friend, asking me whether I thought it had merits in the fashion world. Did the techy trend have legs, they asked me? Well, sure, it might… but it’s hard to see how the recent applications of technology in the fashion space could find a prominent seat in the history books beyond its basic novelty factor.
Many a tech mogul has tried to convince us that geek is chic. And every time they try, the girls in the
cheerleading fashion squad laugh at them and tell them to go back to the library. Although there’s a fairly convincing argument that wearables could be the next disruptive shift in the day to day lives of consumers, the fashionistas haven’t been swayed this far.
When Jay Z emerged earlier this year with a superhero lineup comprised of the biggest stars in music, he was selling a dream: perhaps this was finally the answer to the constant discussion over digital artist rights. But what resulted was far from a revolution. We take a closer look at the backlash surrounding Tidal.