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Pokemon GO sends Nintendo shares soaring

A so-called "augmented reality" game played on smartphones has become a craze on the streets and given a massive boost to the share price of Japanese video-game giant Nintendo. But it's not the only concern that has surfaced. In a statement , developer Niantic Labs said that it had only ever logged user IDs and email addresses.

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Google, developer working on 'Pokemon Go' security issue

Security fears have emerged over the hugely popular gaming app, and it's thought that the developers behind the creation could easily gain access to your personal details. "I don't know how well they will guard this awesome new power they've granted themselves". Doing so could actually be installing an infected version of the app which contains a backdoor called DroidJack, which grants hackers access to the victim's phone, experts said.

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Elon Musk tweets he might unveil 'Top Secret Tesla Masterplan' this week

After a tough few weeks for Tesla, Elon Musk says he has something big up his sleeve. "Hoping to publish later this week" comes amid inquiries into two crashes of Tesla cars, as well as ongoing questions regarding Musk's plans to combine his electronic vehicle company, Tesla , with his solar panel maker company SolarCity Corp.

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Amazon Prime Day hits some snags

What: The company said the sale will be the "biggest global Amazon event ever", and new deals will roll out throughout the day. Alexa has been offering exclusive deals for the past few days, including a Dromida Kodo UAV Quadcopter drone for $25 and an Amazon Tap for $79 - a almost 40% discount.

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Here's All The Data Pokémon Go Is Collecting From Your Phone

City Elf Go is also using a mapping service to track your location and allow you to explore locations in order to find and fight a wide array of creatures. That includes access to email, according to Google. Niantic Labs, the developers of the game, said in a statement that it would update the iOS version so this wouldn't happen.

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Pokemon Go craze making users expose smartphones to hackers

All you have to do is download Ingress and sign in with your Google account , just follow the steps the game asks you to follow - mostly these include agreeing to software agreement and similar things. I don't know how well they will guard this awesome new power they've granted themselves, and frankly I don't trust them at all. "I've revoked their access to my account , and deleted the app".