This upcoming Sony Pikachu phone isn’t as exciting as it sounds, likely following OG Xperia XA

Sony Pikachu is the apparent internal codename of that second-gen Xperia XA expected to break cover at MWC 2017 with largely average specs in tow.

Pokémon Go Plus companion device has a new, firm release date: September 16

Following a couple of delays, the wrist-worn Pokémon Go Plus companion gadget will roll out worldwide the same day as the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2.

Pokemon Go comes to the Apple Watch, and a watchOS 3 reminder

Nintendo joins forces with Apple not only to bring Mario to iPhones, but global phenomenon Pokemon Go to the Apple Watch as well.

Pokemon GO permabans activated

If you’re found misbehaving within the game that violates the Terms of Conditions for Pokemon GO, you’ll have to beg for forgiveness.

Pokémon Go Plus wearable accessory is officially pushed back two months

Waiting for the Pokémon Go Plus to bring part of the experience hunting for virtual monsters to your wrist? Sadly, you’ll need to wait until September.

SurveyMonkey proclaims peak Pokemon GO in US

SurveyMonkey is claiming that Pokemon GO is pretty much done riding its high. At least its initial one, anyways. Where does it go from here?

Pokémon Go comes home, stops by McDonald’s to grab a bite

Niantic and Nintendo sure took their sweet time before bringing global phenomenon Pokémon Go to Japan, but at long last, the wait is now over.

Pokémon Go is most definitely around the corner in Japan

Yes, you’ll likely be able to fight rival Pokémon Go trainers in McDonald’s gyms as soon as the game actually launches in Japan, i.e. in a few days tops.

Pokémon Go is a go in 26 new European countries, from Austria to Sweden

No more jumping through hoops with Android sideloading or iTunes location changes for Pokémon Go trainers in 26 additional European territories.

Sprint’s Pokémon GO campaign looks to shame T-Mobile’s gimmicks

T-Mobile is offering free unlimited data for a year? Sprint stores have free lures, charging stations and experts to help you out. Who’s gonna catch you?

Pokémon Go continues slow global expansion with debuts in Italy, Spain, and Portugal

Hot on the heels of German and UK launches earlier this week, Pokémon Go now officially spreads its wings to three additional European countries.

Unlimited data for Pokémon GO fans on T-Mobile

If you’re on a limited tier plan, you don’t have to worry about eating up all your data to play Pokémon GO on T-Mobile, at least for a whole year.

Pokémon Go breaks usage record after record in the US, spreads to the UK also

The “biggest mobile game in US history” is finally officially available in the UK as well, with Pokémon Go adoption likely headed for unimaginable heights.

Pokémon Go begins European tour in Germany, UK most likely up next

The first European market to get Pokémon Go on the up and up both for Android and iOS devices is Germany, soon to be followed by the UK most likely.

Pokémon GO update brings Google Cardboard copyright acknowledgement

In version 1.0.1 of the Pokemon Go app, the settings section includes an open source software credit to Google Cardboard.

Niantic working on Pokémon GO linking with Google on iOS

You apparently don’t have to worry about Niantic Labs taking over all of your Google account information if you’re playing Pokémon GO on iOS.

Wild Pokémon Go success predictably causes handful of nasty real-life incidents

No one says to stop trying to catch’ em all in Pokémon Go, but taking a breather and considering a few real-world risks may save you some pain and sorrow.

Niantic slows its roll for Pokémon GO to shore up servers

If you’re playing Pokémon GO right now, consider yourself very lucky. And if you can’t, have patience. The game’s maker is fighting server issues.

Love Ingress? Considering signing up for the Pokémon GO field tests

It’s like Pokémon, but in real life. That’s what the makers of Ingress what to bring with a new game, but they need your help in the US.