The service would let you "do things like setting which weapon loadout they take into battle for multiplayer shooters [or the] ability to help players pick quests, and...
For the most part, those that are getting banned have used GPS spoofing or bots/automation to help themselves in the game, and Niantic isn't having it anymore.
The message gamers have been receiving: Newspaper company The New York Times has acquired VR firm Fake Love as the company looks to expand its offerings.
Fake Love, based in Brooklyn, will continue to operate and brand independent of the NYT. "We're really interested in playing a bigger role in the marketing services value chain -- coming up with an idea, creating it, distributing the idea, measuring it," said Sebastian Tomich, SVP of advertising and innovation at the Times.
The accused says he expects to challenge the seizure of servers related to Silk Road: Russian officials have fined search giant Google $6.8 million for antitrust violations. and will analyze closely before deciding our next steps," Google said in a statement on Thursday.
The antitrust authorities ruled that Google favored its digital services over those of rivals and did so by abusing their massive market lead with Android. Google has faced similar allegations from the EU and other countries and is facing much larger fines.
In the ruling, the Federation Antimonopoly Service said that Google blocked out rivals from including their own services on Android, such as Maps, search and more. Microsoft has used a small portion of its huge cash position to acquire interactive game streaming service Beam.
Beam allows viewers to "play along" with streamers as they watch, giving them ways to interact with gamers - a nice step-up from similar services like Twitch.
Fake Love will help the Times with special requests regarding augmented reality (think Pokemon Go), and VR projects.
The Irish High Court has ruled that Gary Davis, aka Libertas, will be extradited to the U. to face charges that he was the top administrator for the online black market "Silk Road." Davis, along with other alleged staffers, are accused of narcotics trafficking conspiracy, computer hacking conspiracy, and money laundering conspiracy.
The Silk Road's founder, Ross Ulbricht, was convicted last year and is currently serving a life sentence.
Another administrator pled guilty and served 60 days.