Pokemon GO adds Community Day monthly event starring a special Pokemon

Niantic has just announced a new event for Pokemon GO trainers in an attempt to keep players engaged – Community Day. During this monthly in-game event, players will be offered the chance to catch a special Pokemon, as well as obtain some nice bonuses.

The first Community Day event is scheduled for January 20, and it features Pikachu. You can find below the event hours in each region, as confirmed by Niantic:

The Asia-Pacific region: January 20, 2018, from 12:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. JST (GMT +9);Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India: January 20, 2018, …


In case you missed it, check out T-Mobile's new ad starring Nick Cannon for its Apple iPhone 8 BOGO deal

If you caught Sunday night’s American Music Award, you might have seen T-Mobile’s new ad starring Nick Cannon. The ad focuses on a BOGO deal being offered by the nation’s third largest carrier as part of its #HolidayTWOgether ad campaign. With this deal, consumers will be able to buy an Apple iPhone 8 and get a second one for free. The 30-second spot apparently takes place on Christmas Eve when Santa and his son (little Saint Nick) make a loud arrival down a chimney.

Pops urges Junior to take notes. First, Santa tells his son that T-Mobile gives you two iPhone 8 units for the price …

Check out the Super Bowl 51 ad starring Google Home; it's Deja Vu

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It seems a bit odd …

T-Mobile previews its Super Bowl 51 ad starring Justin Bieber, T.O. and Gronk

T-Mobile previewed its star-studded ad for Super Bowl 51 today. Starring a nerdy-looking Justin Bieber as a Celebration Expert, the ad takes us through the history of touchdown celebrations starting with the caveman days. In a bit of perfect casting, injured Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski donned the animal skins to show off the moves used back in the days when a man cave was a real cave.

Former All-Pro wide receiver Terrell Owens also demonstrated some of the moves that he was known for. T.O.’s most famous celebration, which involved the use of a sharpie to sign the football that …