The promise of a Pikachu is driving South Koreans closer to their neighbors up north. Would-be "Pokemon Go" masters are traveling to Sokcho, a South Korean fishing town that's about 37 miles away from...
Nick Xenophon quick to wield his newfound power.
The mobile fad gets an odd twist in South Korea.
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We can't believe we have to tell you this.
The game can 'see and modify nearly all information in your Google Account'.
This is what a mobile hit grand slam looks like. Pokemon Go is less than a week old, yet already the mobile-augmented reality game, in which players earn rewards for exploring their real-world environ...
The game that everyone is crazy about just got a little crazier.
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The malicious app would would 'virtually give an attacker full control over a victim's phone'.
Gotta catch 'em all -- even if it means walking into a cop shop.
And we took it for a test run in Circular Quay.
An online game craze has hit Australia and gamers are getting active.
Time to dust off your Aku-Aku masks.
Millions more to get faster fibre-to-the-premises, if Labor wins the election.
Gyrate your way to the body of your dreams.
Smart phone, smarter you.
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