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Pokémon Go comes to Europe, beginning with Germany

Pokémon Go comes to Europe, beginning with Germany

In Missouri, nearly a dozen young Pokemon Go collectors have fallen prey to these criminals. In case you haven't played, Pokemon Go is basically a treasure hunt. NY magazine reported that a Pokemon Go character was captured at one of history's most tragic sites, but as the game has not yet been released in Europe, the claim remains unsubstantiated.



Son of slain Louisiana man speaks out for first time

At one of those demonstrations in Dallas, Texas last Thursday, five police officers were killed when a gunman angry about the issue opened fire, targeting law enforcement. "We are seeking the following resolve: That law enforcement refrain from exercising behavior that provokes the community as they protest, march, or hold community events", the letter states.



Juno delivers first Jupiter color image since entering orbit

This composite image is the first to be released since Juno's arrival; it was taken while the spacecraft was 2.7 million miles away from Jupiter. The JunoCam camera, which is onboard NASA's Juno mission, is now in orbit around the largest planet in our solar system.


Pokemon Go likely to become the most popular app in the US

Pokemon Go likely to become the most popular app in the US

The new augmented-reality game app Pokémon GO has been so popular that, for days after its release last week, players caused servers to crash. Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! That's the insane response the game received from even the non-Pokemon fans.


Watch Where Pokemon Go Leads You

Watch Where Pokemon Go Leads You

According to security software company Trend Micro, for some users of iPhones, signing into the game with the most convenient option - using your Google account - allows the gaming company to read your emails. As well, the game has designated certain buildings, landmarks and businesses as Pokemon "training gyms", without the knowledge or consent of owners, driving thousands of unwanted visitors to trespass or disrupt businesses.


New 'Fear the Walking Dead' photos reveal what happened to Nick

New 'Fear the Walking Dead' photos reveal what happened to Nick

None of the group who were among the potential victims-which included Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Carl (Chandler Riggs), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Glenn (Steven Yuen), Maggie ( Lauren Cohan ), Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), Eugene (Josh McDermitt), Michonne (Danai Gurira), Aaron (Ross Marquand), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Rosita (Christian Serratos)-are featured in the image.