This holiday season the next generation of gamers, bless their hearts, will be hoping to receive the next generation of gaming consoles. The one with the drive costs $500 and is the one you should choose if you're not completely certain the recipient would prefer the driveless "Digital Edition."
In this episode of Industry Focus: Energy, Nick Sciple chats with Motley Fool contributor Lou Whiteman about airline stocks and vaccine news. They also talk about airplane manufacturers, lessors, parts manufacturers, and much more.
Once the preserve of gamers, virtual reality (VR) has been seized on by the financial sector as a way of enlivening home working for lonely traders or isolated executives and replicating real-world sales, networking or training events. "Working from home has massively accelerated the interest in virtual/online spaces," said Stuart Warner, head of technology at Fidelity International which manages $3.3 trillion in assets. Having internally explored VR and augmented reality (AR) technology, which unlike VR is not fully immersive and involves computer-generated elements being visible through a smartphone screen for example, Fidelity now aims to trial VR with its sales teams' interactions with clients.