The makers of Pokemon Go are developing a Harry Potter-themed augmented reality mobile game.
The image of a "Pokemon" and "Star Wars" mashup action figure has been making its rounds on the internet for a couple weeks, but is it real?
Stargaze Media imagines what a magical "Harry Potter Go" app might look like, teasing Potter fans out there yearning for the "Pokemon Go" experience.
The U.S. Defense Department has reportedly banned the insanely popular mobile game within its facilities.
The pocket monsters strike back in a hilarious video in which Pikachus launch giant Pokéballs at unsuspecting "Pokémon Go" players.
As Russians find ways to play the smash-hit mobile game, government officials and nationalist groups worry about its corrupting influence -- and possible sinister origins.
Trainers searching far and wide through the convention hall and downtown can find a variety of Pokemon, as long as they can maneuver through the crowds.
Pokémania infiltrated the U.S. State Department on Thursday as a reporter was called out for playing the insanely popular mobile game during a press briefing.
After the success of "Pokemon Go," a new report posits that Legendary Pictures is close to obtaining the film rights for the property.
Our long national nightmare is over: The "Pokemon GO" augmented-reality game has at last arrived in North America for iOS and Android devices.
The Pokémon Company has debuted the first screenshots of the augmented-reality game, along with more details about gameplay.
A new augmented-reality game for smartphones will allow players to track down and capture untamed Pokémon in real-world settings.