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Pokemon GO to Get Trading in a Future Update

Just a week ago when the Pokemon Go was launched, the game commands more mindshare for each users than apps like WhatsApp or Snapchat. The game is free, so any money will be made by in-game microtransactions. CEO John Hanke in a statement said that the Game developer Niantic , which spun out of Google/Alphabet in late 2015, is already thinking of what's next in the coming weeks and months.

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Elon Musk teases new master plan for Tesla

The company has quickly made the "Secret Master Plan" a reality with the successful unveiling of the Model 3 and Tesla fans had been waiting to find the company's plans after it rolls out the $35,000, luxury sedan. He added that he expected it would take another half a year until the system had clocked up more then one billion miles of use outside of Tesla's labs.

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Trump's campaign hosts raffle contest for VIP trip to Cleveland

The Great Depression ended what had been a Republican era of domination of presidential elections. Trump will go into the convention with 1,542 delegates, well in excess of the 1,237 needed for the nomination, according to the Associated Press delegate count .

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Mark Zuckerberg Reacts To Facebook Video After Police Shooting In US

Just as it gives us a window into the best moments in people's lives, it can also let us bear witness to the worst . Minneapolis NAACP president, Nekima Levy-Pounds, leads a chant of "Hands up, don't shoot" outside the Minnesota governor's mansion one day after Philando Castile's death.

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Snapchat Introduces Memories That Allows Users to Save their Snaps for Later

This sleek new feature from Snap finally allows users to save Snaps that they don't feel like posting just yet - and not on their devices, but on the app itself. Declaring the new feature a "way to save Snaps and Stories on Snapchat ", the app say "it's a personal collection of your favorite moments that lives below the camera screen".

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New Surface device arriving in Microsoft Fall Event?

Meanwhile, Microsoft is said to be releasing an all new Microsoft Surface 2-in-1 device. As far as rumors are concerned, the upcoming mobile device could also be launched at the next IFA in Berlin and will be priced at $699 and should work its way up to $1,099 depending on the version and configuration of the smartphone.