Niantic's new PokéStop nomination system will be available in Brazil and South Korea first.
Niantic CEO John Hanke also revealed that the number of active users of "Pokémon Go" has increased by 35 percent since May.
Niantic Kids is a new login system for parents that will allow them to keep an eye on their children while they play "Pokémon Go."
Nintendo has revealed that its paid Switch Online service is launching in the "second half" of September, but it still doesn't have a specific date.
Niantic quietly added a new Pokémon called Spinda to “Pokémon GO.” Here’s how you can get one.
Here’s how Niantic’s “Pokémon GO” punishes and gets rid of cheaters.
A brand new trailer for "Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and "Let's Go, Eevee!" has also been released online, and it shows the wide range of customization options.
Niantic CEO John Hanke said that they want to release "Harry Potter: Wizards Unite" when it's ready, but the developers might need more time if there are bugs or other problems.
Niantic reveals AR demos showing virtual Pikachu hiding behind objects and multiplayer experiences.
"The Walking Dead: Our World" is a lot like "Pokémon Go," but players will have to fight zombies instead of catching monsters.
After two years, Niantic is finally letting "Pokémon Go" players trade Pokémon with their friends.
There is a big issue that’s causing many Pokémon fans to feel disappointed with the upcoming “Pokémon: Let’s Go” game.
The fun in “Pokémon Go” will be nonstop this summer. Find out which Pokémon you can catch and hatch this season.
"Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu" and "Let's Go Eevee" will require players to move the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller around to catch Pokémon, even in handheld mode.
Gamers will have to pay for a Nintendo Switch Online Service subscription if they want to trade or battle online in "Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu" and "Let's Go Eeevee."
“Pokémon Quest” features blocky graphics and it can be played with touchscreen controls on the Nintendo Switch.