- Too busy for Pokemon? These entrepreneurs will play for you
NEW YORK (AP) — Too busy with your real life to play the hit augmented reality game "Pokemon Go"? For a price, some entrepreneurs will play the game for you.
- ACLU praises new Illinois limits on cellphone surveillance
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — A new Illinois law limits how police can use devices that cast a wide net in gathering cellphone data and are at the center of a lawsuit against the Chicago Police Department.
- Why the Pokemon-McDonald's deal in Japan could be big
TOKYO (AP) — The Japan launch of "Pokemon Go" on Friday included the game's first partnership with an outside company: fast-food giant McDonald's.
- Watch it, cowboy: Japan's 9 safety tips for "Pokemon Go"
TOKYO (AP) — Aware of the reports of "Pokemon Go"-related mishaps elsewhere, Japan's government-run National Center of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity has issued a flier with these nine public safety tips to keep overly enthusiastic players from getting into trouble. The smartphone game was released in Japan on Friday:
- The post-Ailes Fox News may have bigger problems
NEW YORK (AP) — Roger Ailes built the Fox News Channel into a ratings juggernaut, one that successfully presented a conservative alternative to mainstream news and garnered a large new audience in the Age of Trump.
- 'Mr. Robot,' 'Suicide Squad' debut in VR form at Comic-Con
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The anti-heroes of "Mr. Robot" and "Suicide Squad" are breaking into San Diego Comic-Con in 360 degrees.
- Autopilot technology drives Teslas but comes with warnings
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Tesla in Autopilot mode can drive itself but it's not a "self-driving" vehicle, at least as far as safety regulators are concerned.
- Racism on Airbnb inspires new sites Innclusive and Noirbnb
NEW YORK (AP) — Accusations that Airbnb has been ignoring complaints of racism have led several black entrepreneurs to create two new vacation rental websites where they say racism will not be tolerated.
- Israel takes on Facebook in battle against incitement
JERUSALEM (AP) — Nine months ago, Dareen Tatour posted a poem to Facebook about her frustration over spiking violence between Israelis and Palestinians. Days later, Israeli police banged on her door in the middle of the night and arrested her, accusing her of inciting violence on the social network.
- The wait is over for 'Pokemon Go' fans in Japan
TOKYO (AP) — The wait is over for "Pokemon Go" fans in Japan.