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Pokemon Go gets big Comic-Con stage, creator talks success and future

Translated for Pokemon fans: Nintendo stock looks like a Gyarados hit by a thunderbolt attack from a Pikachu. The partnership has already produced the smartphone game Miitomo. How that could go over their heads when Pokemon is a huge part of Nintendo's business is beyond us. He also revealed that Pokemon Go trading is also in development, but it is not yet ready and neither they have nay planned release date for the Pokemon Go trading.

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Syrian Migrant Bomber Pledged Allegiance To Islamic State

The assailant wounded 15 people, four of them seriously, in the southern city of Ansbach Sunday night when he set off the bomb in his rucksack, killing himself. Reuters is reporting that German authorities refused to grant the attacker asylum a year ago, and that the incident happened in Ansbach , a town that is "also home to a U.S.

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Nintendo loses billions in value after 'Pokemon Go' truth bomb

The augmented reality game allows users to hunt Pokemon on their smartphones in real world locations. Niantic's founder admits that some of the game's features weren't quite ready when Pokemon Go went live earlier this month, and this is something that millions of players have been complaining about for many weeks now.

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Marvel sprinkles some movie magic at Comic-Con

When it comes to big Hollywood projects, conventional wisdom says that secrets are almost impossible to keep. Marvel Studios honcho Kevin Feige , a veritable Comic-Con celebrity in his own right, earned raucous cheers as he strolled onto the Hall H stage Saturday night.

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Historic solar flight marks first round-the-world journey

Ban said to the pilot of the aircraft, Captain Bertrand Piccard, via Skype, the global, online video conferencing tool. For this last leg, Bertrand will be welcomed by André Borschberg who flew Si2 for the departure from Abu Dhabi in March 2015.

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Historic solar flight marks first round-the-world journey

Ban said to the pilot of the aircraft, Captain Bertrand Piccard, via Skype, the global, online video conferencing tool. For this last leg, Bertrand will be welcomed by André Borschberg who flew Si2 for the departure from Abu Dhabi in March 2015.