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Niantic is making some big changes to Pokémon Go’s Raid Battles

Niantic is rolling out a new update to address player concerns about Raid Battles. It's also releasing the previously beta-only EX Raid Battles to everyone.
by Matt AdamsNovember 22, 2017

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

The 217th Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about some big game releases, several more coming, Google's AR push, and more Android apps news!
by Joe HindyNovember 13, 2017

Niantic announces a Pokémon Go AR photography contest

Are you the very best Pokémon Go photographer? Niantic is hosting a contest so you can go up against fellow trainers to see who snaps the best Pokémon pics.
by Matt AdamsOctober 12, 2017

Niantic’s follow up to Pokémon Go could incorporate audio cues

How do you follow up a small hit like Pokémon Go? Niantic is dropping some hints on how its next game could be even more fun to play.
by Matt AdamsSeptember 20, 2017
 
 

Niantic gets sued over Pokémon Go Fest fiasco

Several attendees who traveled to Chicago from other states and countries have filed a class action lawsuit against Niantic.
by Brian ReighJuly 28, 2017

Here’s how Niantic will take on Pokemon Go cheaters

Niantic has announced new anti-cheating measures for Pokemon Go that will cause affected Pokemon to "not behave as expected”.
by Mitja RutnikJune 22, 2017

Pokémon Go cheats will be punished without their knowing

Niantic, the company behind the insanely popular game Pokémon Go, has the most brilliant way to troll anyone who cheats in the game.
by Brian ReighMay 24, 2017

Federal judge to decide on Pokémon Go virtual trespassing suit

A federal judge is set to decide whether a lawsuit claiming Pokémon Go’s developer is responsible for negligence and virtual trespassing can go forward.
by Brian ReighApril 4, 2017

Water Festival is a new in-game event for Pokémon Go

During the Pokémon Go Water Festival, which starts later today, players will have a higher chance of encountering water-type Pokémon.
by Brian ReighMarch 22, 2017

Pokemon Go vs Clash Royale: which new game made more money in 2016?

In 2016, two massive new games arrived: Clash Royale and Pokemon Go. But only one of them could finish the year as the highest grossing new mobile game.
by Kris CarlonJanuary 20, 2017
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