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Nintendo shares fall by 6 percent as Pokemon <strong>Go</strong> Australia log-in complaints grow

Nintendo shares fall by 6 percent as Pokemon Go Australia log-in complaints grow

13 Jul 2016

* 1,300 Australia gamers said to report problems over 2 days * Shares down in Tokyo amid concern global rollout may slow * Tech glitches add to privacy, security headaches

Nintendo,   Pokemon Go Australia,   Pokemon Go,   Pokemon Go users,   Niantic,   Tech News,  
Pokemon-Searching Man Helps Save Stranded Woman In Uk

Pokemon-Searching Man Helps Save Stranded Woman In Uk

04 Aug 2016

London: A man in the UK has been hailed as a hero after his Pokemon hunting quest helped him save the life of an elderly woman who had fallen into a swamp.

Pokemon Go,   Pokemon Go Helps Stranded,   UK Stranded Woman,   UK Pokemon Players,   Latest Tech News ,  
Don't Play Pokemon On The Railway Tracks, Bulgaria Says

Don't Play Pokemon On The Railway Tracks, Bulgaria Says

29 Jul 2016

Sofia: This one might seem obvious, but.... Bulgarian state railway company BDZ is urging players of Pokemon GO to keep off the railway tracks.

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Pokemon <strong>Go</strong> daily used twice as much as Facebook: Report

Pokemon Go daily used twice as much as Facebook: Report

24 Jul 2016

New York: The massive popularity that the augmented reality game Pokemon Go has generated has broken many records.

Pokemon GO,   Facebook,   Pokemon GO users,   Facebook app,   Latest tech news,  
Chinese army warns Hong Kong barracks Pokemon-no-<strong>Go</strong> area

Chinese army warns Hong Kong barracks Pokemon-no-Go area

26 Jul 2016

Hong Kong: The Chinese army garrisoned in Hong Kong has warned people searching for Pikachu and other virtual monsters to stay off their premises, as Pokemon Go mania sweeps the smartphone-obsessed city.

China Army,   Pokemon Go,   Chinese Pokemon No Go Area,   China Pokemon Go Restriction,   China Pokemon Restricted Area,   Hong Kong Barracks,   Latest Tech News ,  
No Pokemon <strong>Go</strong> In Rio, Athletes Disappointed

No Pokemon Go In Rio, Athletes Disappointed

01 Aug 2016

London: Doping crisis and poor facilities might have shrouded Rio Olympics but it appears the inability to play artificial intelligence (AI)-based game Pokemon Go is bothering athletes the most.

Pokemon Go,   Pokemon Go At Olympics,   Rio Olympics,   Olympics 2016,   Olympic Village,   Rio Organising Committee,   Latest sports news ,  
No Pokemon <strong>Go</strong> In Rio, Athletes Disappointed

No Pokemon Go In Rio, Athletes Disappointed

01 Aug 2016

London: Doping crisis and poor facilities might have shrouded Rio Olympics but it appears the inability to play artificial intelligence (AI)-based game Pokemon Go is bothering athletes the most.

Rio Olympic,   Pokemon Go,   Artificial Intelligence Based Games,   AI Games,   Pokemon,   Latest Tech News ,  
Pakistan Gives <strong>Go</strong>-Ahead For Negotiating Long-Term Security Pact With China

Pakistan Gives Go-Ahead For Negotiating Long-Term Security Pact With China

05 Sep 2016

Islamabad: Alarmed by the growing Indo-US defence ties, Pakistan's cabinet has given the go-ahead for negotiating a long-term defence agreement and security cooperation with its all-weather ally China, a media report said on Sunday.

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Japan urges not to play Pokemon <strong>Go</strong> in tourist areas

Japan urges not to play Pokemon Go in tourist areas

23 Jul 2016

Tokyo: Japanese authorities today urged visitors to stop playing augmented reality smartphone game Pokemon Go in popular tourist sites.

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Uri Attack: PM Modi Says Those Behind Terror Act Won’t <strong>Go</strong> Unpunished

Uri Attack: PM Modi Says Those Behind Terror Act Won’t Go Unpunished

18 Sep 2016

New Delhi: Condemning the "cowardly" terror attack on an Army camp in Uri, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday assured the nation that those behind the "despicable" strike won't go unpunished.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Uri attack,   Kashmir attack,   Jammu and Kashmir,   India news,  

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