Pokémon GO banned by Pentagon

The Pentagon is urging military troops and other Defense Department personnel not to play Pokemon Go on their government-issued cell phones.

Pokémon Go is officially off-limits in all Department of Defense properties due to fears the augmented-reality game could become a powerful aid to hackers seeking information on secure facilities and their staff, reported the Washington Times on Thursday.

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Pokestops and Gyms missing from Map : Pokemon Go

Since Pokemon Go launched, it’s been normal for Pokestops to disappear from the game’s map on occasion, usually because businesses or homeowners request them to be removed. But in recent days, many players have opened up the game, only to find absolutely no Pokestops or gyms in the area whatsoever. What’s going on here?

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Privacy Scandal Haunts Pokemon Go’s CEO

Is Pokemon Go respecting your privacy when it comes to the amount of data it collects? That’s a question you should ask yourself considering that the game does require you to provide the game unlimited access to your location data and camera. And you’d think you should not be worried about Niantic swiping over your data for malicious use – or even spying purposes.

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New ‘Pokemon Go’ Update Adds Driving Warning, Changes ‘Nearby’ Into ‘Sightings’

Niantic has today updated Pokemon Go to version 1.3, bringing several improvements, tweaks and fixes to the game. The main addition is a dialogue option for users who may be playing while driving, while the “Nearby” feature has been transformed into “Sightings” as the developer continues work on testing a new tracking system.

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Pokemon Go has become one of the most addictive games. Surprisingly, in such a short period of time, it is now the most popular game in the history of US. Well, the hard work of the developers is finally paying off for sure! But, the issue with this game is that the continuous use of GPS and Data results in super fast draining of battery. The Power Banks or Battery Packs are really necessary in case you have become a Pokemon Go addict. And this has resulted in huge sales of Battery Packs.


Pokémon Go’s global revenue hits $200M just a month after its release

A month ago, Pokémon Go took the world by storm in the form of a game that changed the rules. The mobile game is still unavailable in various countries and there have been many reports of bugs and other problems. Despite all of this though, app analytics platform Sensor Tower has reported that the game has made history by earning more than $200 million in worldwide net revenue on the App Store and Google Play during its first month of availability.

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Brooklyn dude in Sydney becomes the first Pokémon Go trainer to catch them all, around the world

If you wanted to be the very best like no one ever was, well sorry — you’re just a little too late.

It’s not Gary Oak, but he might as well be. It’s 28-year-old Nick Johnson, a New Yorker who has recently travelled around the world on a quest to catch ’em all in Pokémon Go.

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Pokémon Go is now live in 15 more countries in Asia, but not India or China

Pokémon GO continues its global expansion with the addition of 15 Asian and Oceanic countries where it’s now available, but India, China and Korea are still left out of the party.

The full list of new countries are: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, and Palau.

The game has long been expected to launch in Asia, but it remains to be seen when it will finally hit India, China and Korea. While security issues and other woes related to the game’s reliance on Google Maps may explain Pokémon GO‘s absence in China and Korea, it remains unclear what’s holding it back in India.

In the case of India, where smartphone sales are growing in double-digital percent among its 1.2 billion population, it isn’t clear what is holding the launch up and when the game will go live.

As for those game improvements, the Pokémon GO update has not been well-received by players, sparking heavy criticism, but Niantic promised it was for the better.

Even the world’s biggest movie star is catching them all on Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go has become the new coffee table discussion after Game of Thrones. This has been probably after a decade or so when a game has caught so much of craze all around. Last week we saw, how players are catching virtual monsters inside White House during a media brief. Now, Shah Rukh Khan has joined in Pokemon trainers club.

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