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Pokemon Go outage in Australia: Complaints grow, Nintendo shares fall 6%

The neat part is that the game uses augmented reality to place the little creatures in the real world around you. The app requires constant Global Positioning System access, and uses a lot of data. For those who have fallen into the augmented realty of Pokemon Go, they have unwittingly given the game's developers access to everything on their Gmail account.

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Trump even with Clinton in three swing states

And a wider picture could give Clinton and her supporters a sigh of relief. Nine out of 10 self-identified Democrats said they supported Clinton (93%), while 3% said they were backing Trump and 1% said they wanted a third-party candidate.

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LABOUR LEADERSHIP BETTING: Owen Smith's chances suddenly look very good

However, with the leadership contest now beginning, junior whips - some of whom have already made clear to their Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs) that they voted against Corbyn in the no confidence ballot - have chose to support either Angela Eagle or Owen Smith.

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NASA's Juno spacecraft beams first pictures from Jupiter

Also visible, as bright dots in the scene, are three of its four Galilean moons, Io, Europa and Ganymede. Juno entered orbit around Jupiter last week after a five-year journey. Initially, the spacecraft will settle into an orbit that lasts 53.5 days, known as the capture orbit , using Jupiter's gravity to slow it into a steady pattern.

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Where Trump and Clinton stand now in swing states Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania

Poll directors didn't directly link Clinton's dips to the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of her private email accounts that, while not ending in criminal charges, didn't exactly end in vindication. At one point she was leading Trump by over double digits, but now the lead has crumbled to only three percentage points. "Which candidate has more to say about education , more to say about health care, more to say about climate change ...

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Sheriff's Office warns on Pokemon app

The app released a new update today for iPhone users which is supposed to fix the problem, but to double check you can log on to your Google account. Kennedy explained that the flaw could potentially allow hackers to make emails on a user's behalf, read text messages and even access credit card information.