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    Playing ‘Pokemon Go’ in church lands Russian in jail

    Moscow: A Russian court on Thursday gave a three-and-half year suspended sentence to a blogger after he posted a video of himself playing the location-based augmented reality game, Pokemon Go in a church, the media reported.

  • Pokemon Go extends life by 41 days: study

    Los Angeles: Playing Pokemon Go regularly may add an extra 41 days to your life, a new study has claimed, despite concerns that the popular augmented reality game could be a health hazard, reports PTI.

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    Gujarat HC issues notices to developers of ‘Pokemon Go’

    Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court today issued notice to developers of location based-augmented reality game ‘Pokemon Go‘, following a PIL seeking ban on the game in India alleging that it not only hurts religious sentiments but it is also a threat to national security.

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    San Fransisco : Apple unveiled the new iPhone 7 at a special event in San Francisco on Wednesday. As expected, the iPhone 7 has dumped the headphone jack, which means existing earphones will not work with the new models.

  • Dangers of Pokemon Go similar to texting: study

    Houston: The danger involved in playing the location-based augmented reality game Pokemon Go is similar to the hazards of texting, a new study has warned.

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    US college to offer class based on Pokemon Go

    Los Angeles: A college in the US is offering a physical education class based on the popular augmented reality game Pokemon Go that will help students earn course credits. The four-day-a-week class at Fresno City College in California, beginning in October, requires students to use their own mobile phones and has 26 open spots.

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    Playing Pokemon Go may be good for your health: expert

    London: Playing Pokemon Go may be good for health as the widely popular augmented reality game is making people exercise more, a UK doctor has claimed. According to an article in medical journal The BMJ, the location-based game is not marketed as a health app but gamers do a lot of walking while playing.

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    Hundreds of Taiwan drivers fined after Pokemon Go launch

    Taipei: Nearly 350 drivers in Taiwan were slapped with fines for playing on their phones after Pokemon Go launched on the island, which has already resulted in broken legs and museum bans.

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    Driver caught playing Pokemon Go in Malaysia, issued summon

    Kuala Lumpur: A 32-year-old man in Malaysia has been issued a police summon for playing Pokemon Go while driving, in the first such case just two days after the popular augmented reality game was launched in the country.

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    Pokemon Go launched in 15 Asia-Pacific nations

    Bangkok: The highly anticipated augmented reality game Pokemon Go finally launched in Thailand on Saturday, along with 14 other countries in the Asia-Pacific. “Gamers in 15 new countries and regions across Asia and Oceania can now officially download Pokemon Go from the Android Play Store or the Apple App Store,” the Bangkok Post quoted Niantic, the game’s developer, as saying in a statement.

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    King Khan fails to find a ‘Pokemon’

    New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan is the latest member to join the long list of A-listers who have caught the ‘Pokemon Go’ fever. Expressing his fondness for the game, King Khan recently took to the social and explained how hard he is trying to spot a ‘Pokemon.’ “Feeling extremely inadequate, unattractive and lonely. Been on the road for 45 mins and not one Pokemon has come to me. Not even a Pidgey

  • Fake Pokemon Go apps found in Indian cyberspace; users alerted

    New Delhi: With the smartphone-based reality game Pokemon Go gaining popularity, cyber security sleuths have issued an alert against some fake and malicious apps prowling in the Indian web space which can seriously compromise an individual’s phone.

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    US couple abandons toddler to play Pokemon Go, arrested

    Los Angeles: A couple has been arrested in the US for abandoning their two-year-old son alone at home while they drove around playing the widely popular location-based augmented reality game Pokemon Go. Brent Daley, 27, and Brianne Daley, 25, left their 2-year-old boy at San Tan Valley home in Arizona for 90 minutes in scorching heat without water while they played Pokemon Go in surrounding neighbourhoods.