India wants to make credit and debit cards obsolete for payments

Ever since India invalidated much of its cash, it has been encouraging its citizens to switch to mobile wallets and other epayment solutions. Today, it took another step in pushing its citizens to embark on the cashless payment solutions — but early boomers aren’t going to like it.

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Virtual reality will take ‘maybe a decade’ to become mainstream

VR penetration of Australian households will only reach 25.5 percent by 2021.
Despite burying us up to our neck in hype, the virtual reality industry is off to a very slow start.

Apparently, VR hardware penetration in Australia will only reach 25.5 percent of households in 2021. Currently, about 2.3 percent of local households have some sort of VR available

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