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‘Pokémon Sleep’ Wants to Gamify Your Dreams

The upcoming mobile game will interface with 'Pokémon GO' and come paired with a device meant to collect sleep data.
Nicole Carpenter
Games Features

How an Augmented Reality Game Escalated into Real-World Spy Warfare

She led hundreds of real people on secret missions for a make-believe cause.
Elizabeth Ballou
Vice Guide to Right Now

We're Getting a Harry Potter Version of 'Pokémon GO'

You'll apparently be able to "unravel a global mystery, cast spells, and encounter fantastic beasts and iconic characters along the way."
Beckett Mufson

This 70-Year-Old Is Part Man, Part 'Pokémon Go' Playing Machine

Chen San-yuan is a grandfather who straps nearly a dozen phones to his bike (and his waist) to play the popular mobile game.
Matthew Gault
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Grandpa Rigged His Bike with 11 Phones to Play 'Pokémon Go'

There's at least one person still on a quest to catch 'em all.
Lauren Messman
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Dad of the Kid 'Spider-Man' Rescued from a Balcony Was Out Playing 'Pokémon Go'

Gotta catch 'em all—unless they're your toddler.
Drew Schwartz
current mood

We Asked You to Caption This Photo and the Winner Was Hard to Pika-Choose

"Dad, when can I take this o..."
Lauren Messman
Pokemon Go

What Should the Government Do When 'Pokemon Go' Causes Real World Damage?

If this recent case in Milwaukee is any indication, there aren't many options.
Cameron Kunzelman
Gold and Silver

I Went on a 'Pokémon Go' Raid at Trump Tower

“Everybody knows I’m the very best, like no one ever was.”
Jacob Kleinman

What Happened When I Tried to Get Laid on LinkedIn

"I'd like to add you to my professional network xoxoxox Maria"
Maria Yagoda
At Play in the Carceral State

Pokémon Go Took Over the World Last Year, Including Gitmo

"The arrival of improved internet and cellular service in Gitmo completely transformed the social ecosystem of the base."
Muira McCammon
conceptual art

Shocking Public Artwork Turns UK's Homeless into "Human Tamagotchi"

Artist Kristian von Hornsleth has bought and sold homeless people to various buyers. He’s then fitted them with tracking devices so the buyers and the public can follow them.
Kevin Holmes