Pokémon GO's Nearby Tracking Feature Now Live In The UK

While we can't know the specifics of these features yet, and they will likely be somewhat more limited than players would like (Nintendo and developer Niantic both have a reputation for lagging a bit when it comes to multiplayer; "Friend Codes", anyone?), it's still a massive and exciting update.

Australian scientists say parts of Great Barrier Reef survived bleaching

The good news is that not all of the reef was equally affected, and coral can recover if stressors are reduced. "So, two degrees of global warming, which is the worldwide target, is going to be a very challenging place for the Great Barrier Reef", says Terry Hughes, director of the Australian Research Council.

FBI to gain expanded hacking powers as Senate effort to block fails

FBI to gain expanded hacking powers as Senate effort to block fails

Justice Department officials say the amendments will help them build stronger cases against perpetrators, including those who sexually exploit children, who try to hide their location. Magistrate judges can now only order searches within the jurisdiction of their court, which is typically limited to a few counties. " They simply identify the appropriate court to ask ", Ms.

What To Expect On 'Nintendo Switch Hands-On' Event On January 13?

Should Andromeda release alongside the Switch, it could very well be a system-seller. If not, they'll cut and run just like they did on the Wii U . Remember Mass Effect on Wii U? With the Nintendo Switch only a few months out from launch, a lot of buzz from developers is making its way around the internet.

First case of sexually transmitted Zika reaches United Kingdom shores

Of the 4,444 confirmed cases of Zika infection in the United States, most occurred in people who had traveled outside the country. In such cases, people are infected elsewhere and then bring Zika into the state. The local health sector has also called on the community to take the initiative in fighting the virus by cooperating with health workers in cleaning the environment.

Why Audi is backing a trip to the moon

And we imagine the auto manufacturer is letting all its biggest big-foreheaded engineers and scientists work weekends in order to produce the most kick ass rover possible. [Image by NASA] The Apollo 17 lunar buggy was designed with a top speed of 8 miles per hour and Cernan was recorded driving 11.2 miles per hour, so the moon land-speed record isn't in danger of being broken, Audi project director Ulrich Schwarze told