Australia's biggest telco says it is "always looking for ways to bring 5G to life in more places, and to show off what it is truly capable of," and it's why Telstra is "teaming up with Augmented Reality (AR) gaming developer, Niantic, to bring a new multiplayer game to Australia."
Nintendo and Niantic Labs, originally a division of Google, released their new augmented reality smartphone game, Pokemon Go, for iOS and Android devices today.
Google's interactive video game that uses the world around - Ingress - is making the jump from Android to iOS.
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