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‘Pokémon Go’ fever spreads across Europe as app debuts in 26 more countries

The sheer number of players engrossed by Pokémon Go has caused server issues for many, but developer Niantic is forging ahead with its plans to launch the game in all regions.
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People are now buying and selling their Pokémon Go accounts for cash

The competition in Pokémon Go between friends and gamers around the world is at a high, so it was only a matter of time before people began selling user credentials to power-hungry hunters.
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The Windows Phone subreddit is having an existential crisis over ‘Pokémon Go’

Once again, Windows Phone has been left out of another global app phenomenon -- 'Pokèmon Go'. Fans on the Windows Phone subreddit have been going through all the five stages of grief.
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‘Pokémon Go’ now available for aspiring trainers in Spain, Italy, and Portugal

Having amassed a huge audience in North America, 'Pokémon Go' continues its European rollout with a release in Italy, Spain, and Portugal. The new rollouts come a day after the game launched in the U.K. and two days after it arrived in…
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Update: Pint-sized Nintendo Classic Edition won’t support additional games

The Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition, is a plug-and-play console loaded with 30 classic games like Super Mario Bros. 3 and Kid Icarus. It arrives this November for $60, but it won't support any additional games.
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NFC may help trainers trade their pocket monsters in ‘Pokémon Go’

Niantic has already confirmed that pokémon trading is on its way to Pokémon Go, and now there's rumors that the game will use near-field communication (NFC) to carry out the process.
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Nintendo is fighting unofficial downloads of ‘Pokémon Go’ (good luck with that)

Everyone and his dog wants to play 'Pokémon Go', but the game's availability is still limited. Keen to control its global rollout, Nintendo is sending takedown notices to Google asking it to remove search results that link to unauthorized…
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Bizarre incidents involving Pokemon GO start to pile up 2:50

Pokemon Go players are getting into all sorts of trouble while playing the super-addictive game, Nintendo pumps up retro gaming with a new mini NES console, Consumer Reports calls out Tesla's Autopilot system.
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'Pokémon Go' dataminers find references to legendary Pokémon

Pokémon trainers datamining the hit new app have found references to Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres, prompting speculation that the three legendary birds could be added to the game.
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Collector uncovers US version of ultra-rare Nintendo 64 add-on

In the late 1990s, Nintendo released a disk drive add-on for the N64 that never made its way to the United States -- but now a collector has found an American prototype of the system in Seattle.
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Pikachu sighted in Germany as 'Pokémon Go' continues its international rollout

The immense popularity of Pokémon Go caused its global rollout to be delayed, but now the game has been released in Germany, prompting speculation that more countries could soon gain access.
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‘Pokémon Go’ creator could be on the verge of making some serious dough

If you’re playing 'Pokémon Go' in the coming weeks and find yourself landing up at an increasing number of restaurants and other businesses in search of your creatures, it’s likely to be the game’s monetization strategy kicking in.