Searching for Pokecoins in Pokemon Go game?

Pokemon Go is sophisticated. At first, it seems like all you do is wander around, getting haphazard animals that are fake. But unlike many mobile games, Pokémon Go leaves most of its complexity unexplained. Much like in life itself, you are dropped into a world as you determine how it works you have to master at exactly the same time.

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Millions of Pokémon Go trainers across the world are investigating their communities in the quest to catch ’em all. The app doesn’t have much of an in-game tutorial system, so we have compiled a list of the most essential tips and tricks you should know before setting forth in search of Dragonair or Mewtwo. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube station for more excellent viewing!
There’s lots of other top tips for those that play to win with Pokémon GO. From learning how you can ensure what your Eevee evolves into, to ensuring you get Pikachu as a starter pokémon.
It’s also pretty simple to fool your phone into thinking you’ve walked more than you have (in order to hatch your eggs) by either keeping the game turned on all the time when you’re in any office or at home, or by strapping it to your dog so it does all the work.pokemon go tips
The other important weapon in a profession Pokémon GOer’s arsenal is one of the various maps that show you just where pokémon are around you and just how long they’ll stay there for. The Pokémon Radar program was one of the first to appear but Pokévision is especially good for keep an eye on things when you’re assumed to be working. Well if you want to get pokecoins just use pokemon go cheats for android or ios mobile devices, there are a lot of tools on the whole web which will provide you such resources in no time.
You get Pikachu as your starter Pokémon and can be just like Ash. It takes a little bit of work, however. When Professor Willow presents you with a Bulbasaur, Charmander on your own map, and Squirtle, simply walk from them. The three critters will appear again next to you, once you move out of range. Repeat the procedure, walking from them four times. Another time they reappear, a Pikachu will even be there awaiting you.

Have a Solar-Licious Summer

I felt compelled to write about solar-powered radio products today. I’m not sure why. Maybe because it’s such a nice day out, and we should all be outside instead of in our offices. Some of these products you may have already heard of…but I thought I’d roundup these energy-savers anyway in preparation for the start of summer. (Can you tell I’m anxious?)Soltronix AM/FM Headset Solar Radio ($29.95)It’s not the hippest headphone you’d ever wear, but it beats buying new batteries. Just 1 hour of a charge in the sunlight, and you’re good to go at the beach for 1-3 hours of listening pleasure. Even more, when fully charged, the headphones play for more than 20 hours inside and outside. Features an internal antenna, extended bass, and a NiMh AAA battery. Solar Radio ($19.99)I never thought I’d see gadgets on EddieBauer. Sure enough, here’s one.


This solar-powered portable radio clips onto a belt or bag. Comes with headphones. Available in Dark Red or Grass.NexxTech AM/FM Solar Pocket Radio ($8.99-$9.99)Or, if you don’t want to don the Eddie Bauer brand, here’s one from Circuit City. Comes in blue or yellow. Includes a belt clip and headphones. Sunlight charges internal battery up to 12 hours. Solar Rechargeable Lantern SL-9000SW ($64.95)I expect to do a lot of camping this summer, so obviously there won’t be any outlets around to plug in a radio or some lights (remember, I’m scared of the dark!). This Lantern features AM/FM weather radio and a 9-Watt flourescent bulb that provides 7-12 hours of light from the built-in rechargeable battery.

The coolest thing is that the 2.5 Watt solar panel unfolds on the back for handy solar charging and then folds close for nightime use. Comes with an handle and includes an 120V AC wall charger, 12V DC car lighter charger, and LED charge indicators.Solar Armband Radio & Emergency LED ($17.99)I also plan on doing a lot of running. Although I could use my iPod to exercise (and I do), sometimes I like to be old-fashioned and listen to the radio. Here’s a solar-powered radio that attaches to your arm for convenience. Comes with headphones and a AC adapter.

Geeky Gifts for Moms, Dads, and GradsMother’s Day

Conveniently, I’ve narrowed down the shopping search for you, with this list of must-haves for the mom, dad, and graduate in your life.

1. 5X Zoom Lighted Fog-Free Mirror ($59.95)Dad’s everywhere could use this for those hard-to-see shaving spots. This mirror uses a precise 1-5x power zoom mechanism and three LEDs to provide clear and illuminated magnification. Its unbreakable, polycarbonate fog-free surface allows for in-shower use, and also sports a digital clock. Requires three AA batteries.

2. Cooper Cooler ($59.99)There’s nothing worse than a warm beverage, and your mother doesn’t deserve that. With the Cooper Cooler, you can chill your drink fast, from 77F/25C to refrigerator cold 43F/6C or to “ice cold” 33F/1C. Just add ice cubes, water, and plug it in. Available in white or silver.

3. Personalized Light Affection ($119-$239)Nothing says, “You’re the greatest!” than a personalized gift. Light Affection is a lamp with a personal photo of your choice. It includes the main carved piece, a frame, a back stand, an energy efficient light bulb and a plug-in electric cord with a on/off switch. Comes in 4×6, 5×7, and 8×10 frame sizes.

4. Push Pin Lamp ($19.99)Great for the student who needs a lamp to double as a Post-It note holder. Choose from red, blue, green, and orange. Press down on the push pin to turn on the lamp. Bulb not included.


5. Floating LCD Clock ($89.99)Perfect for the office or dorm. The base includes micro-processor controlled magnets that allow the clock to levitate in mid-air. Clock displays time, month, day, year, and temperature. Comes with 120V Power Adapter.

6. Westinghouse WST2000W Intelliblend Blender ($33.99)Does mom need a new blender? Let her be geeky for once with this digital blender. It has built-in memory containing over 400 pre-programmed recipes. Recipes include frozen drinks, dips, sauces, spreads, salad dressings, and smoothies. Features a 425-watt motor, backlit LCD screen, 5 control settings, and heavy-duty blades.

7. Beanbag Cell Phone Chair ($9.75)Is your teen always losing their cell phone? Give them a bean bag to keep track of their cell phone’s whereabouts. It’s a comfy place to not only store a phone, but also an mp3 player or Blackberry. Comes in Neon Green, Turquoise, Orange, Red, Fuschia, Charcoal and White nylon.

8. S.BEAT MP3 Digital Media Player ($260)A 1GB MP3 player and Swiss Army Knife in one! Comes with earphones, adjustable neck strap, anti-dangling mechanism, remote control, arm strap for jogging, line-in cable to record from external sources, belt clip, and USB cable. Tools include blade, scissors, nail file, abd nail cleaner.

9. Lazy Drinker Cocktail Dispenser ($750)A computer-controlled dispensing device that holds 16 ingredients mixed automatically by your computer. Features a database of over 5,000 drinks to choose from. Comes as a cooler or a DIY kit. Only requires a Co2 tank and a PC with a serial port.

10. Soda Club’s Gourmet Soda Machine ($119.99, $129.99, $299.99)Make your own seltzer or soda in a variety of flavors that’s ready in seconds. Comes in three models: the Fountain Jet, Edition 1 and Penguin. There are over 25 great-tasting regular, diet and caffeine-free flavors to choose from, starting at just $2.99, which produce 12 liters of fresh soda!

New Stuff at ThinkGeek for Thinking Geeks

ThinkGeek has always been one of the best sources for useful and not-so-useful doo-dads for the true geek and the people who love them. I’m particularly enamored with items like the Monty Python and Star Wars bobbleheads, the Shower Shock caffeinated soap, and the Midas Remote Control Watch (” Walk on down to the local bar and take control of those big screens”). The store has just announced the addition of six new products to its catalog. My personal favorites are the BuzzAire super-caffeinated oxygen inhaler (don’t mind me. it’s just a little asthma) and the Wireless Extension Cords. All I can say is FINALLY! I’m also very intrigued by the Sphorb. I can’t wait to get my hands on one.

New Stuff at ThinkGeek for Thinking Geeks

Here’s how they describe the new items:USB Tanning Center ($24.99): Geeks are notoriously pale no more!  With this easy-to-install UV light, anyone can achieve that deep, dark island tan without having to leave their desktop. BuzzAire™ ($12.99): For those who feel their double mocha latte with an extra shot of espresso just does not cut it any more, this device offers a quick blast of super-caffeinated oxygen for a buzz that no coffee can compete with. The Screened Sphorb™ ($39.99): In a recent survey conducted by, 100 out of 100 people rated this as the number one product in the world.  Unfortunately, words alone can not describe the greatness the Screened Sphorb™ possesses. Grow Your Own “1UP” Mushroom Kit ($9.99): Finally, Super Mario Brothers lovers can grow their own green and white polka dot mushroom.  Who says you have to collect 100 coins to obtain an extra life? Wireless Extension Cords ($34.99): Tired of tripping over the tangled mess of wires from all your peripherals?  These highly anticipated wireless extension cords provide power to any unit within 100 feet of any outlet.  Users are seriously urged not to cross between transmitter and receiver. The iZilla ($499.99):  The end all, be all of digital music players, the iZilla has two terabytes of memory, capable of storing over 600,000 songs in every available format.  This handsome, white briefcase weighs just a touch over 30 pounds, is Bluetooth and Wi Fi enabled and runs on 16 ‘D’ batteries.

ThinkGeek must have also pulled some strings because they’re the first ones to have the long-awaited Sony PS3 in stock. Supplies are limited. Good luck.

Helio Makes Me Sad

My very last meeting at the CTIA trade show was with Helio, the new cell-phone carrier run by Internet billionaire Sky Dayton. I went in with high hopes. I came out saddened.Dayton’s other company is Earthlink, and he was supposed to bring a fresh perspective to the cell-phone industry. Mobile phone hardware and content development in this country has been stymied by carriers’ obsessions with control. Because every phone must be approved by a few carrier apparatchiks, because every game must be vetted for a carrier’s deck, we don’t see the speed of innovation in mobile phones that we have on the Internet. Nothing can ever grow from the grass roots.Helio Makes Me Sad

Competition brings innovation, but the mobile-phone world is a Soviet-style economy.Helio was supposed to be open. Helio was supposed to bring the hottest Asian phones to the USA, and hey, if you have a phone they don’t sell, they’d let you activate it. Helio was supposed to have full Internet browsing, Wi-Fi integration, open standards, and a focus on freedom via the latest technology. Helio could have blown open the doors and brought the US to the peak of the mobile world.Unfortunately, what I heard from Dayton this time around was, Helio is Amp’d, a notch upscale. They’ll offer two phones (including the Kickflip, at left) without Web browsers or even Bluetooth (even Amp’d has a Web browser and Bluetooth!) and, apparently, lots of BMX and wrestling videos. Or some sort of other similar, usual, walled-garden, “xtreme”ly stupid content that nobody really wants, but that they could get licensing for.

Excuse me while I can’t decide whether to yawn or to cry.Helio’s tie-ins with MySpace and, more recently, Yahoo! don’t improve my mood. They’re still coming from the old Soviet perspective of, “you’ll use the sites we approve/optimize for you,” not the Internet perspective of, “let’s put some open standards out and let a million options bloom, including ones we might not have thought of.”I’m hoping I misunderstood. I’m still looking forward to Helio’s launch and to reviewing their phones. I want them to change my mind, because I want someone to shatter the old way of doing business. The nation doesn’t need another carrier retreading the same worn road in search of the frat-boy market so deeply plumbed by Amp’d and Virgin. The cell phone nation needs freedom; I guess we’ll have to look for another champion.

Windows’ Paperclip Reemerges in XP on Apple

Last week at Gearlog, we installed, ran, and benchmarked Windows XP on three Intel-based Apple Macintosh computers: a Mini, an iMac and a MacBook Pro. What we found was shocking: Windows XP ran faster on Apple machines. What happened after the tests was even more shocking. Upon finishing the last of the tests, a dull thud shook the lab, and the lab filled with a noxious odor.  At first, our young team thought the Macs, perhaps not thoroughly engineered to handle the new Intel processors, may have been overheating.  And then without warning … he appeared.  “Clippy,” Microsoft’s beloved paperclip, poked his odd,  poorly animated eyes around the edge of the Mini’s desktop.  Then, he stepped into full view.  He looked … different … as if he were more powerful (and annoying) than before.


Clippy was back, and this time he meant business.  “When Clippy appeared, he winked right at me as if saying, ‘I’m back, Joel buddy, and I’m feeling better and badder than ever,'” reported Joel Santo Domingo of PC Magazine Labs, one of the original testers of Windows XP on Apple for Gearlog. Santo Domingo, as if under a spell, went on to explain that he discussed a variety of “plans” with Clippy that involve “conquest” and “domination” of unspecified geographic areas. While conducting the interview with Santo Domingo, all work halted when Sascha Segan, also of PC Magazine Labs and another of the original testers, entered the room yelling, “All I know is that damn Clippy keeps looking at me.” Segan began violently pointing at the XP Desktop displayed on a nearby MacBook Pro. “He’s out to get me. I know it. I don’t trust that F*#@ing paperclip. I thought he was gone, but now he’s back!” He then flailed wildly at the laptop until he was restrained and forcibly removed from PC Labs by security personnel.

An expert from Microsoft, who happened to be visiting PC Labs that evening, tried to explain the unprecedented appearance and metamorphosis of the animated paperclip on the Macs, “It could only take an utterly unpredictable event (Apple moving to Intel processors) compounded with another unforeseen action (installing Windows on a Mac).  It must have torn a hole in the fabric of reality, and Clippy stepped right through it.” He winked then smiled.  And that’s all I remember. In an unrelated story, Con Edison has reported a gas leak near the PC Magazine Labs building. A Con Edison spokesperson has confirmed that the gas is neither toxic nor explosive, but may have a hallucinogenic effect on anyone inhaling it near Intel-based Macs running Windows XP.

Intel Concept Designs And Core Duo Laptops

Intel holds a Mobility Day once a year to show off their latest concept designs and processors. The bulk of the products being shown off is, of course, the Intel Core Duo processors. Intel rented a penthouse at the Hudson Hotel, in New York, and here are several things that caught my eye. Last year, it was a Tablet PC surfboard. This year is the Tablet PC Guitar. I tried to run away, tried not to look, but it was too late, I had asked my first question.  The guitar is made by Fender, and Intel was able to integrate the HP Compaq tc1100 Tablet PC into the back of the guitar. Flip it over, and you can play it like an actual electric guitar. They even hired a musician to jam at the penthouse, and using an application like CakeWalk Sonar, he could record his own tunes directly into the Tablet PC. He was combining tracks that he had made prior to the event.


Now, the guitar doesn’t have any USB ports or any type of visible data transfer connections. How did he do it? He emailed himself the clips through yahoo mail. Thank goodness for WiFi. Moving on.The Montevallo PC is another conceptual design. It’s a convertible tablet that slides, rather than rotates, into a notebook. They showed this off at Spring IDF, and it’s not even conceptual anymore since Acer is doing it with the Travelmate C200. I digg the design, but tablets are still a while away from gaining acceptance. For all of you suede lovers, Toray Ultrasuede can drape your laptop in suede, velvet,  or whatever material you want to rub your hands against. Just make sure you don’t get water on it. The company does apparel and industrial designs, and Oh, did I mention those are Core Duo laptops. In other aesthetic news, I was blinded by an emerald green Core Duo notebook from iBUYPOWER. I also saw a pretty yellow Asus Lamborghini notebook and a white clad Hypersonic thin and light.  And yes, there are plenty of modern day scenarios where we can use these Core Duo laptops.

Intel showed off their latest partnership with Skype, which allows up to a 10-user conferencing, though I barely know 3 people that uses Skype, and supposedly the 10-user conferencing is only available with Core Duo processors.  Core Duo laptops are also high definition friendly. Not really news, but they showed off the Toshiba Qosmio with an HD DVD player. Editing HD content was also done using a Core Duo laptop and Pinnacle Studio software. They even attached an off-air HD TV tuner to a Core Duo laptop, while using Windows MCE to record all the HD content. To sum it all up, Intel Core Duo processors are fast and they can multitask. Maybe it’s time to upgrade.

Why I Won’t Buy Another DVD or Blu-ray Disc

I am a movie fanatic. My wife and I love to go to the movies, watch movies, and buy movies. I own almost 400 dvds and a handful of Blu-ray movies in my collection, but I am never buying another physical disc again. I have made the switch to digital movies and I love it!
For years, most of us have been buying music digitally. We purchase it right from our mobile device, it downloads, and we are ready to go instantly. No extra trips to the store. No discs. No hassles. It works out well because the files are small, so we don’t need devices with massive storage to carry a bunch of songs with us.
The stumbling block for digital movies is the amount of storage required for large files. Externals hard drive aren’t a cheap or convenient option, and it’s no fun transferring files from your computer to your mobile device. With cloud storage, however, you eliminate that hassle. You can now store movies remotely and access them whenever you want.

Reasons I Love Digital Movies

1) Cheaper –  This was initial reason I made the switch to digital movies.  I purchased Brave for my daughter digitally from the Google Play store for $15.  At Wal-mart, it was $20 for just the DVD, and if I wanted the digital copy so that I could play it on my mobile devices, it was $30.  I can purchase 2 digital movies for that price. Which I did. I got my son, Frankenweenie, which was on sale in the Play Store for $10.
2) No Lost or Damaged Discs – There is nothing worse than wanting to watch a movie but when you open the case, the movie isn’t inside. Or worse, you are halfway through a movie and can’t continue because the disc is scratched or smudged. I had one disc that was even cracked.  With digital movies, however, all of my movies are always right where I left them in my digital library.  Hell, I don’t even have to get off the couch to put a movie in anymore. I just bring up the app, select the movie, and hit play.
3) Easy Playback on Multiple Devices – Digital movies purchased through the Google Play Store are also available on all of my devices. I have instant access to my movies on my Chromebook, smartphone, tablet, and Google TV. When I’m on the go, I have my digital movies with me. Just last weekend I went over to my Mom’s house and she and the kids decided they wanted to watch Frankenweenie. I was able to log into my account on her Google TV and they got to watch their movie.

My Setup

My family is completely tied into the Googleverse. I have a Samsung Series 3 Chromebook, we have Galaxy s3 smartphones, and a Revue Google TV.  All of this makes it very easy to access movies that we’ve purchased from the Google Play store.  On each of those devices I have the Google Play Movies and TV app.  I can quickly and easily purchase any movies through my Google account. With my Android Phone (or if I owned an Android tablet) I can easily “pin” movies that I want to watch later if I know I am going to be offline.

Drawbacks to Digital

1)  Limited Selection – I prefer buying from the Google Play Store.  My Google TV has the app and it works really well.  It’s also just easier to have all the movies in one place.  Unfortunately, not every movie is available for purchase from the Play Store.  The Hobbit, and all of the Lord of the Rings movies, are only available for rental through Google.  I had to venture over to the Amazon Store to purchase it digitally.  It’s not a huge deal, but there is some inconvenience.  Amazon does not offer an app for my Google TV, the video gets played through a media player on their website. Loading up a movie to watch is not as effortless as it is through the Google Play App.  It will also play on my Chromebook, but not on my Android Phone.

2)  Who Owns Your Movies When You Die – This is the biggest complaint I have heard from people about moving over to digital movies.  They like to have the physical discs because they actually own them.  Currently, when you die, the license to view these movies die with you.  This is not just for movies, but for all digital purchases like music and books (some of the same people I have heard the movie complaint from have extensive digital music and book collections).
I really don’t see this as a big deal.  I look at the movies that my parents owned and I’m not really clamoring for my dad’s copy of Top Gun. I’m sure my kids will feel much the same way about my movie collection.  Even more importantly,  technology becomes outdated.  If my parents left me all of the VHS tapes they own, I wouldn’t even have any way to play them.  I haven’t owned a VCR since the 90′s.


I have no idea what could be beyond digital files, but I do now how technology (and capitalism) work.  Something will come along within the next 15 years that causes a shift in the media that we use and we will have to pay to convert or repurchase the media we own anyway.  Records, 8-tracks, cassette tapes, VHS, C.D.s, Laser Disc, DVD, Blu-ray, Digital Downloads.
There are also groups working to get these digital restrictions changed and I believe that as we move to become more digitial, laws will come about that change the restrictions on passing on our digital possessions.


While there are still some some drawbacks to purchasing digital movies, for me, the positives far outweigh the negatives.  Not having to store the movies, always knowing where they are, always having them with me, being able to buy them right when I want to watch them, paying less for the movies, and not having to get off the couch to put a new movie in are all big pluses for me.  I won’t be purchasing DVD’s again.
Have you purchased any digital movies?  Have you considered moving from dvd’s to digital?  Let us know in the comments below.

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How to do Free to Play in Home

The following is an opinion post, the views expressed do not reflect Gamer Indepth, advertisers, users, or staff they are solely those of the author.
The free to play market is booming on PC, with tons of games like League of Legends, Tribe Ascend, ABP, DC Universe, Team Fortress 2, and more pushing thousands of units and making money via micro transactions & DLC. Sound familiar? It should because PlayStation Home is probably the biggest Free to play platform on any console ever.
Home makes the majority of its money on the micro transactions via clothing and other atheistic items (this would be your LoL approach). The key to micro transcations is bringing the price down enough that the sales soar because people don’t hesitate to spend the money, the butter zone here is 0.50¢  ~ $1.00. Once you get over a dollar people will stop and think about the item, get over$5 and you have shot yourself in the foot.

But why would selling something at 0.50 cents make more money then selling the same item at $5? Simple. Volume. If you need proof of this head over to As of this post Steam is running their RIDICULOUS summer sale. Almost everything on the site is 50% off with many huge $30 – $50 games getting cuts as high as 75% and some even a stupidly high 90% off. But how can this be good for Valve? Because during their sales they sell so many units they make more money then if they did not have the sale. Valve has stated that if the sale did not make them silly amounts of money they would not even bother, but it does and so the Summer and Winter sales continue to be Steam traditions.
If you need a break down of the low price tactic lets say I sell a game for $10 and sell 10 units a day. I drop the price to $5 and sell 30 a day. I slash it to 2.50 and all of a sudden i am pushing 100 units a day. I am not making more money by cutting my price then i am otherwise, once that surge goes down i just bring the price back up but with a micro transaction you never really need to pull the price back up because you have dozens of other items to bear the load.
So this is the key to the micro transaction, sell your items at a low enough price point that people don’t double think buying them.
However there is another method of free to play in Home, and that is game transactions. Unlike clothing and spaces these have real effects on other players and yourself and these are an utter mess in Home right now.
The most recent example is the Micro Bot game, that allows you to buy access to special weapons. However if you don’t spend money you cant use the weapons, meaning you are at a fundamental disadvantage to other players who have paid. In Asia this is conman, and is reffed to as buying power, but for good reason the North American market has spoken loudly against it. Buying power is a very morally bankrupt style of making a F2P game because you twist the arms of the free players to buy rather then make it a option. For the micro bot game this is easily fixed, allow everyone to pick up the power ups but allow paid users to spawn with a selected special weapon (or just leave the gadgets as the method of making money)

Good examples of in game item selling are all over the place, the current best model is Tribes Ascend which allows you to buy XP boosts and even items. The reason XP boosts are acceptable is that free players can still gain that XP, just slower. So the item is convenient but not mandatory. Guns however would appear to be buying power, but Tribes is very balanced so no gun is flat out better, they are side grades that allow you to tailor you load out to how you plan to play.
Home could make far more money, attract more users, and be less of a clear money grubbing system if it would just adopt the Free to play policies we see on the PC market. And if you as a Home user kept a bit of a tighter hand on your purse strings prices would drop to meet you, simple economics.