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Niantic to add new creatures, new features to mobile game
As the mobile game's popularity wanes, Niantic announced that it will add a new slate of pocket monsters to "Pokemon Go" this week, including the likes of Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile and other critters from the fictional "Johto" region of Pokemon Gold and Silver video games -- arguably the first major update since its launch seven months ago.
Ever Rich, Lion Travel woo travel bloggers
Ever Rich D.F.S. Corp. is teaming up with Lion Travel to promote Taiwan as a destination for Southeast Asian tourists by launching a campaign in which famous travel bloggers from the region will be invited to visit the country.
2017 Kia Niro is most affordable hybrid SUV
Kia's newest vehicle, the 2017 Niro, is the lowest-priced, gasoline-electric hybrid SUV on the market and is rated as high as 50 miles per gallon in combined city/highway travel.
Facebook job-hunting features challenge LinkedIn
Facebook on Wednesday began letting businesses in the US or Canada post jobs and take applications from jobseekers, posing a challenge to Microsoft-owned LinkedIn.
Taiwan's UNI Air opened a route linking Taipei and Hualien in eastern Taiwan on Thursday, offering two flights daily.
Lee Jae-yong, the vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, center, is questioned by reporters upon his arrival for a hearing at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul, South Korea on Thursday, Feb. 16.
What do Baked Lay's potato chips, Simply Tostitos chips and Diet Mountain Dew have in common? They're all "guilt-free," according to how PepsiCo categorizes them.
HTC hinted at the upcoming launch of a new virtual reality (VR) product during a press conference for its HTC U Ultra in Singapore.
Boeing workers in South Carolina voted down union representation Wednesday, handing a victory to the aerospace giant in a U.S. region historically hostile to organized labor.
Air France-KLM said Thursday profits rose sharply in 2016 but issued a cautious outlook for the current year in face of global uncertainty and aggressive competition in the sector.
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