By opening the app, and signing into the game by the one single mechanism provided - Google - you're giving the app Full Access to your Google Account. That page will show you all the apps that are connection to your account as well as what part of your account each can access. So it tries to reproduce the same idea that Niantic used for Pokemon Go - it's actually quite hard to understand how come Niantic agrees with it, but since it's China we're talking about, everything's possible.
Mr Corbyn said: "It is extremely concerning that Angela Eagle has been the victim of a threatening act and that other MPs are receiving abuse and threats". Labour officials have received enough nominations to trigger a leadership contest and will now begin to make arrangements for an election. Corbyn has hinted that he may resort to legal action should the NEC rule against his automatic inclusion on the ballot.
With the launch of iOS 10, it was clear that 3D Touch is no longer an alternative way to use an iPhone, it is the way to use an iPhone. "MacOS Sierra", the latest version of Apple Inc.'s operating system, won't be unleashed until fall, but a public beta is available that can be installed right away.
These places, besides being valuable in the game, are also interesting parts of the San Gabriel Valley to visit for reasons other than Pokemon. "We recently discovered that the Pokémon Go account creation process on iOS erroneously requests full access permission for the user's Google account ".
Comcast Chief Executive Brian Roberts demonstrated a service that will allow customers to select events they want to watch and the athletes they want to follow most closely. No matter what, golf is heading to Rio as an afterthought, sure to face more questions about why it's even there than who's winning gold, silver and bronze.
While the recently released, and now viral, augmented-reality smartphone game, Pokemon Go, continues to spread like wildfire - exceeding both Snapchat and Twitter in terms of daily active users - it raises a couple serious security questions about which its users may wish to learn.