No injuries after woman fired at least four shots from rooftop on to street near Toronto where smartphone game placed a gym for players to battle each other
A Canadian woman has been charged after she allegedly fired a pellet gun at Pokmon Go players from the rooftop of a Toronto-area home, local police said on Monday.
Witnesses saw the 29-year-old woman fire at least four shots on Saturday night from the roof of a two-story building, police said in a statement, adding that no players were injured.
Washington (CNN)CNN political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes on Saturday criticized Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine for speaking in Spanish, saying it contrasted with this week’s Republican convention in which “I didn’t have to get a translator.”
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Snowden and co-designer Andrew Bunnie Huangs introspection engine knows when a cellular, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection is being used to share data
Edward Snowden has helped design a mobile phone case called the introspection engine that, he claims, will show when a smartphone is transmitting information that could be monitored.
Presenting via video link to event at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Snowden and co-designer Andrew Bunnie Huang showed how the device connects to a phones different radio transmitters, showing its owner knows when a cellular, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection is being used to share or receive data.
Washington (CNN)Rep. Mark Takai of Hawaii has died after a battle with pancreatic cancer, his office announced Wednesday. He was 49.
Institutions including MoMA in New York are seizing the opportunity to get gamers through the doors, though some museumgoers are unimpressed
Summer is a tough time to get paying museumgoers through the doors but this year, theres an extra incentive. Art museums like the Whitney and the Museum of Modern Art in New York are jumping on the Pokmon Go bandwagon and helping players of the augmented reality game catch em all.
Just as local businesses have jumped on the bandwagon to get new customers, museums are jumping on board to attract young players and boost ticket sales from Los Angeles to New York, Texas and Boston.