Beware the fake Pokémon Go apps

 Earlier this month, the first Pokémon Go malware was spotted in the wild, but the app was not much of a threat to users as it never made it into the … Continue Reading →


Pokémon Go’s retention rates, average revenue per user are double the industry average

 New data released this morning on the mobile phenomenon Pokémon Go shows that the popular game isn’t only the biggest in U.S. history – it’s also breaking records when it comes … Continue Reading →


Pokémon Go installed on more devices than Candy Crush, LinkedIn, Lyft, Tinder & more

 Still fascinated by the viral spread of Pokémon Go? So are we. The app on Monday topped Twitter’s daily users, and has people spending more minutes per day playing the game than browsing Facebook, reports have … Continue Reading →


Pokémon Go continues its worldwide march, now live in the UK

 One of the more interesting side effects from the explosion of new mobile AR game Pokémon Go is physical movement: a lot of people are finding themselves walking miles and miles (and miles) … Continue Reading →


Pokémon Go tops Twitter’s daily users, sees more engagement than Facebook

 Pokémon Go has quickly become one of the most viral mobile applications of all time. The game is now the biggest ever in the U.S.; it has now topped Twitter’s … Continue Reading →


Pokémon Go promises to fix the bug that let it access all your Google data

 Pokémon Go isn’t reading your Gmail. The makers of the hot, new mobile game are fixing a bug that allowed the app to gain full access to users’ accounts, when they … Continue Reading →


Pokémon GO shouldn’t have full access to your Gmail, Docs, and Google account – but it does

 When you use Google to sign into Pokémon GO, as so many of you have already, the popular game for some reason grants itself (for some users, anyway) the highest … Continue Reading →


Here comes the Pokémon Go malware

 Well, that didn’t take long. Pokémon Go, the massively popular new game that’s bigger than Tinder, and poised to top Twitter in terms of daily users, has now been targeted by … Continue Reading →


Leet debuts a simple app for sharing your best gameplay highlights

 Services like YouTube Gaming and Twitch are great for watching videos and live streams from your favorite gamers, but a new app called Leet, launching now, has a slightly different … Continue Reading →


Play Pinball in Virtual Reality with Real Haptic Feedback

Build the “PinSim” cabinet controller and play VR pinball with real flipper buttons and an accelerometer-based nudge system! Read more on MAKE The post Play Pinball in Virtual Reality with … Continue Reading →


Test Your Grip Strength with a DIY Carnival Game

Build a carnival-midway strength tester game using strain gauges and a comparator chip Read more on MAKE The post Test Your Grip Strength with a DIY Carnival Game appeared first on … Continue Reading →


The Nintendo 64 turns 20 today

 It was on June 23, 1996 that the Nintendo 64 made its debut — in Japan, that is. We wouldn’t see it on this side of the Pacific for another … Continue Reading →