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Asia markets traded mixed on Thursday, ahead of another earnings-heavy day and the start of the Bank of Japan's two-day policy meeting.
"Pokemon Go" wasn't a stroke of luck. It was the culmination of one man's lifelong fascination with gaming.
The Nikkei rebounded from Tuesday's sell-off as most Asian markets waffled on Wednesday before key central bank decisions and major earnings reports.
"Pokemon Go" revenues will mostly go to Niantic Labs and The Pokemon company, both of which count Nintendo as a shareholder, says IDC's Lewis Ward.
The emergence of artificial intelligence makes the iPhone even more relevant, CEO Tim Cook says on Apple's earnings call.
Nintendo's share price might have tanked on Monday, but the "Pokemon Go" fever suggests a bright future for the Japanese gaming giant.
Shares of the Japanese company fell after investors realized Nintendo does not make 'Pokemon Go.'
Nintendo shares fall dramatically after investors realized that Nintendo doesn't actually make the game.
Asia markets traded mixed on Monday, as traders eye key central bank meetings in the U.S. and Japan due later in the week.
The final week of July is expected to be a busy one in Asia Pacific, with the region entering the thick of its earnings season amid BOJ, Fed meetings.
Recode explains to CNBC's "On the Money" there are two main drivers fueling the Pokemon phenomenon, and how it's a boon to some companies.
The viral mobile app has a way of bringing people—even perfect strangers—together, as San Franciscans discovered to their delight this week.
Studios and brands are trying to break through the Comic-Con clutter by using high-tech augmented and virtual reality.
Jim Cramer spoke with top executives about growth in gaming, India’s impact on pizza & next steps in autonomous driving.
Viral video game "Pokemon Go" has been downloaded more in its first week than any other app in history, Apple said.
Europe’s “Pokemon Go” fanatics have been warned against hunting for the creatures in rail tracks and hospitals - and offered accident insurance.
European stocks fluctuated on Friday as investors digested more corporate earnings and new PMI data for Europe.
"Pokemon Go" mania has attracted plenty of doubters, as seen by the stock's massive jump in short interest over the past two weeks.
The global smash-hit "Pokemon Go" mobile game finally launched in Japan, bringing the record-setting global hit to the home of the Pokemon characters.
Most Asia markets rose on Thursday, with Japanese shares advancing after reports suggested the government was preparing a sizable stimulus package.