​IDG Pokémon Go bible

41 articles about Pokémon Go

Bigger than every mobile game before it. At least for a while.

Bigger than every mobile game before it. At least for a while.

IDG is a large global publishing house with many titles that cover consumer tech, business and marketing publications. Over the past few weeks there have been many articles published regarding Pokémon GO including the game itself and the effect on society and various industries.



Below we link to all of those articles. So whether you want to see how to play the game, witness some funny moments, get some advice about how your business can capitalize on the phenomenon or simply chart how it all happened, we’ve got it covered below.

Tips and Tricks

8 insider tips to help you become a Pokémon master

Why Pokémon Go fans should (or shouldn't) play Ingress

The best Pokémon Go map grabs data directly from the Pokémon Go servers

Tip: Find Pokémon Go stops and gyms using the official Ingress live web map

How to dominate Pokémon Go without spending money

The beginner’s guide to Pokémon Go: An FAQ on how to catch 'em all

New Pokémon Go maps show you where to catch 'em all

7 things you shouldn't do while playing Pokémon Go

Wider World

11 things that Pokémon Go is changing in the real world

What do Sydney's famous landmarks look like in a Pokémon world?

Pokémon Go and the demon-haunted world

How Pokémon Go could be the killer app the Apple Watch needs

Did Pokémon Go bring AR to the iPhone?

Watch as crowds gather to catch a rare Pokémon in Central Park

Is Pokémon Go really a runner's best friend?

Mingis on Tech: Sierra, Siri and Pokémon, oh my!

Business and Marketing

Pokémon Go launches in Japan with McDonald’s as first sponsor

Pokémon Go's popularity proves consumers are AR-ready

How businesses can use Pokémon Go to succeed

Pokémon Go: What security awareness programs should be doing now

Attackers piggyback Pokémon Go's popularity to circumvent users’ at-work caution

Privacy Commissioner quizzes Pokémon Go creator

The week in security: CSO Australia launches cyberskills marketplace; Crims go Pokémon mad

SurveyMonkey: Pokémon Go popularity may have already peaked

Bad Pokémon

This fake Pokémon Go game will secretly drive porn ad clicks

Pokémon Go is making people take leave of their senses

Sideloaders beware: a Pokémon Go knock-off contains malware

US Senator has privacy concerns about Pokémon Go’s data collection

Muggers used Pokémon Go to lure victims, police say

A surge of Pokémon Go-related apps is out to steal your data

New York driver crashes car into tree while playing Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go: Into the real world, with real crime

Pokémon Go no-go: the latest chapter in Intel's Android drama

In the Beginning

Catch 'em all in real life: An augmented reality Pokémon game is coming to phones

Hands-on with Pokémon Go: Catch 'em all by exploring the real world

NZ and Aus first to get Pokémon GO augmented reality game

Pokémon Go is rolling out now for iOS and Android

Gotta catch 'em all: 5 facts that prove Pokémon Go is eating the world

Pokémon Go for iOS requires full Google account access

Pokémon Go update for iOS now available, clarifies access to Google data

Miscellaneous

A Phone Power Pack for Pokémon Players

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