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kotaku.com - 1 readers - Chuck Tingle, famous author of sexy stories, has after a few days of furious writing released a $3 piece of Pokémon Go erotica. It features, believe it or not, lots of balls. And butts.
slate.com - 1 readers - I didn’t want to believe in the power of Pokémon Go. I grew up in a Nintendo household, playing hours of Zelda and Earthbound and GoldenEye; I spent my ...
kotaku.com - Remember how cool Australia was when Pokémon Go launched? What’s been happening in the Sydney suburb of Rhodes this week has been a little less pleasant.
haaretz.com - 2 readers - Tech-crazed, smartphone-addicted Israelis hunt for monsters across the Holy Land, while the army enlists them to help preparedness in case of attack.
lifehacker.com - 1 readers - Pokémon Go is great for adventures on your feet, but just like the original Game Boy games, having a bike makes everything better. You travel faster, you can carry more stuff, and it’s a shitload of fun. Here’s how I built the ultimate PokéBike, and how you can build your own.
lifehacker.com - 1 readers - If you have to Google/copy/paste every time you want to type a word with an accented character, we have good news for you: there’s an easier way. Read on for the fastest way to type these letters on Mac, Windows, and Linux.
fortune.com - Pokémon Go craze could be boon for small businesses.
vox.com - 1 readers - Pokémon Go is a huge hit, but most Americans won’t see much economic benefit.
vox.com - 1 readers - Believe it or not, playing Pokemon Go is a lot riskier for black men.
dailymail.co.uk - 2 readers - Tom Currie, 24, quit his job to spend two months travelling across New Zealand to catch Pokémon using a popular mobile app - which sees fictional creatures superimposed into real life locations.
time.com - 1 readers - Anything to catch them all
nbcnews.com - 1 readers - The global 'Pokemon Go' craze faces hurdles in South Korea, where Google mapping functions are restricted due to its conflict with North Korea.
theverge.com - When Boon Sheridan decided to convert an old church into his new home, he didn’t think he would end up fending off dozens of would-be pokémon trainers. But that’s exactly what happened when...
theverge.com - The Pokémon Go craze is real, and it's forcing ghastly pale nerds like me who have never felt the kiss of Earth's sun to catch some dang virtual pokémans. (Other plural forms of Pokémon include...
theverge.com - 2 readers - You can't accuse Hollywood of not striking while the iron is hot: a Pokémon Go movie may soon be in the works. Deadline reports that Legendary Pictures — the company behind The Dark Knight trilogy,...
theverge.com - While Pokémon Go is still in its infancy, it's becoming more and more clear that the game's approach to creating in-game hotspots is posing some serious problems. In addition to the influx of...
theverge.com - Want to participate in the cultural moment that is Pokémon Go? You could read our how-to guide and dedicate dozens of hours and potentially tens of dollars to the hobby, gradually discovering its...
theverge.com - As the new Pokémon Go app slowly takes over the Earth, a natural question arose: has the app’s influence extended out into the vacuum of space? Can you #PokemonGO on the International...
theverge.com - 1 readers - Jonathan Zarra knew something about Pokémon Go that most people didn’t. As a beta tester this summer, the 28-year-old freelance developer had early access to the smash hit mobile game — and as a...
theverge.com - 1 readers - As popular as Pokémon Go has become, sending players out into the real world to find pokémon, it is creating new, unexpected problems. The O'Fallon, Missouri Police Department reported on Facebook...
theverge.com - 1 readers - I downloaded Pokémon Go last night like a dutiful citizen of Pallet Town (Bushwick is the Pallet Town of New York, okay), and had to catch my breath at the first opening screen. Standing before me...
tmz.com - Being one of the biggest stars of the Pokemon universe wasn't enough to get actress Veronica Taylor any special treatment -- she was shut out of all…
nypost.com - 2 readers - Pokémon Go ruined my love life! Evan Scribner claims he’s now single after his girlfriend discovered he was “cheating” on her — thanks to the geolocation feature in the addi…
nypost.com - South Koreans with Pokémania have a villain far worse than any Jigglypuff or Squirtle to blame for their Pokémon Go problems: Kim Jong Un. The democracy has the fourth-largest gaming market in the …
kotaku.com - U.S. Marines Seth Ortega and Javier Soch were playing Pokémon Go at a park in Fullerton, California when the game locked up. While waiting for it to unfreeze, they looked up and noticed a man with a plastic red rose approach a woman with three children, KABC-TV Los Angeles reports.
kotaku.com - 2 readers - Welp. Everyone knew this would happen, right? Pokémon Go makes use of your camera, and you can take a picture of whatever you’d like while playing, after all. (NSFW content ahead!)
slate.com - If you were under the impression that Pokémon Go—the mobile augmented-reality creature-hunting game that’s currently crashing the nation’s GDP—was ideo ...
fortune.com - It has caused everything from robberies to car crashes, but there is a bright side.
nydailynews.com - Hands in the air, Psyduck, you’re coming with us!
nydailynews.com - 1 readers - One minor league baseball team is trying to catch 'em all.
people.com - 1 readers - Are we really just forcing captive animals to fight for their lives for our own entertainment
people.com - "He was really stumbling, and he fell face first into the rocks," Jeanette Warner recalls of the incident
inc.com - 1 readers - Pokemon Go may be one of the best ways to infuse new energy into your corporate culture.
forbes.com - 1 readers - Apartment and student housing renters can get to meet their neighbors by having Pokemon Go events.
forbes.com - 1 readers - 'Pokémon GO' is taking over, but is it TAKING OVER OUR MINDS as part of a sinister alien plot?
huffingtonpost.com - 1 readers - The augmented reality game is literally taking people to church.
huffingtonpost.com - 1 readers - Gotta. Catch. 'Em. ALL!!!!
huffingtonpost.ca - 1 readers - Central California ranch house is home to recovering alcoholics, sex offenders.
latimes.com - To the editor: With the “Pokemon Go” frenzy, the world is now Fantasyland. (“ 'Pokemon Go': Craze sweeps the nation and is poised to surpass Twitter ,” July 11)
complex.com - 17 readers - Well, at least, a bunch of people are gonna make money off this game.
vice.com - 12 readers - Nintendo's Pokemon Go app hasn't officially been released here but, in true Canadian form, we're still playing.
mashable.com - 7 readers - A level of cynicism will eventually infect the joy of playing Pokémon Go
dailycaller.com - 12 readers - Is Pokémon Go racist? The app went viral almost overnight making it one of the top grossing applications for mobile phones. However, not everyone believes the game is a benign, universal pop-cul
kotaku.com - 31 readers - For the last week, Pokémon Go players have been taking part in a secret battle to gain control of the most visible and coveted gym in the entire country: the White House.
gawker.com - 12 readers - There may be 150 creatures to collect in Pokémon Go, but there’s only one you.
gizmodo.com - 9 readers - The Pokémon Go craze is sweeping the nation. But is it also helping people get laid? We’re trying to find out.
vanityfair.com - 9 readers - If you don’t already know what it is, you probably shouldn’t be playing.