Pokemon Go cheaters get warnings, permanent bans
Niantic has targeted more than five million players identified by its anti-cheat system, some of whom have received permanent bans.
Pokemon Go reacts to coronavirus - Now you can play the game without leaving your home
Niantic has reacted to coronavirus pandemic and made its easier to catch pokemons while staying at home.
It happens: Niantic to release Pokemon Go-like Harry Potter game
Niantic announced tha they're developing Harry Potter-themed augmented reality game. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will be somewhat similar to Pokemon Go, forcing players to walk in real world in order to play the game.
Reddit thread showing iPhone X running Pokémon GO sparks discussion about screen estate
There's still almost a month until Apple's hyped iPhone X will hit the Apple Stores – and Town Squares, *sigh*. Since there's been an unprecedented ......
It's a Pokémon GO Halloween
Pokemon Go fans will be getting a treat this year from developer Niantic, with extra Candies and more sightings of ghost Pokes.
Pokémon GO's reign ends as Clash Royale gets an update
After more than two months of sitting on the throne of the top grossing mobile app it has now come time for Pokémon GO to give someone else ......
Driver playing Pokemon Go kills woman in accident
A truck driver has struck two pedestrians in a fatal accident because he was distracted playing Pokemon Go.
Watch out Pokemon Go cheaters, you could be banned permanently
Developer Niantic has warned gamers that they could be permanently banned from Pokemon Go if they go about violating the game's terms of service.
Apple: Pokemon Go has most downloads in first week, ever
Without giving specific details, Apple has confirmed that Pokemon Go had the most downloads in its first week of availability than any other app in history.
Nintendo stock doubles since launch of Pokemon GO
Despite the fact that Nintendo is only a partner in the game, shares of the gaming giant have doubled since the July 6 launch of Pokemon GO.
Pokémon Go to delay international rollout due to server issues
Pokemon Go, the biggest mobile release of 2016, has had to delay its international rollout following server issues for gamers playing in the U.S.