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Facebook builds a censorship tool so it could not be banned from China anymore, Twitter suspends Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account, your headphones can be hacked to listen to you, MIT creates artificial muscles and Ditto is now in Pokémon GO. Read more…


 This post is going to be brief because I’m about two seconds from running outside to catch me some Ditto, but: Reports are pouring in left and right that Ditto has, at long last, been added to Pokémon GO. The Read more…


 Pokémon Go’s second big in-game event is timed for U.S. Thanksgiving, running between November 23 and November 30, during which time players can get double the standard XP and Stardust for in-game actions. The double up is a little more Read more…


 Within days of Pokémon GO’s launch, the fans made it clear: They wanted more Pokémon in the game. Maybe they’d already caught everything around them. Maybe their favorite just wasn’t in there yet. Either way, they wanted more. Good news! Read more…


 Remember when Pokemon GO got a new system for finding nearby Pokemon (to replace the one that’d broke almost immediately after launch) … but it worked pretty much exclusively in San Francisco? Well, good news/bad news time. The good news: Read more…


 Now that the insane, oh-my-god-it’s-everywhere hype cycle has tapered off a bit for Pokémon GO, Niantic gets to crack the classic startup conundrum: How the heck do they keep people coming back? The company is about to take its first Read more…


 Pokémon Go had its first special in-game event this Halloween, and the results are promising for people hoping Niantic will run more in the future: Revenue was up 2.3 times from the week before, according to app analytics firm SensorTower, Read more…