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Poké Assistant is a new web-based service that features eight-in-one tools for Pokemon Go game to help you catch ’em all.

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This Pokemon Go trick lets you get unlimited Incense and Lucky Eggs. Here’s how it works. Applicable to both iOS and Android platforms.

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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is about to close the door on the use of the short-messaging-service (SMS) system as a secondary method of validation for services and apps looking to set up two-factor authentication.

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Popular photo editing and filters app Prisma is now available for Android via Google Play for everyone. Here are the details.

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Trying to play Pokemon Go? Getting “Our servers are humbled by your incredible response. We are working to resolve the issue. Please try again soon!” error? Here’s how to check the server status.

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Here’s a handy Pokemon Go tip that can help you earn XP (Experience Points) faster and level up quickly. If you follow the guide properly, you should be able to approximately get 60,000 XP in one thirty minutes period.

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Here’s how you can check or find out how much you have walked while playing Pokemon Go game on your iPhone, iPad or Android device.

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The revolutionary MESUIT case for iPhone lets you run and dual-boot Android OS on your iPhone. It also features extra built-in battery and storage space. Here are the full details on it.

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Here’s how to download and install Pokemon Go on an iOS or Android device from the App Store or Google Play Store right now, regardless of your region.

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A new accessory called Superbook aims to turn any Android-powered smartphone into a full-fledged computing laptop. Here are the details.

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Corning has just announced the new and improved Gorilla Glass 5 for future smartphones. Here are the details.

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Microsoft-owned SwiftKey has released a new keyboard app called Swiftmoji for iPhone and Android that aims to predict the emoji you intend to type in your digital conversations based on the text you enter.

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