This 3D-printed iPhone case will increase your Pokémon-catching rate

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Pokémon Go is easy enough for anyone to pick up, but if you want to catch ’em all, you’ll need to master the art of throwing Poké Balls.

For the most part, catching a Pokémon in the game is as simple as throwing a Poké Ball straight up at the monster and hoping it doesn’t escape. You can also throw a curve ball at Pokémon, but that’s a more advanced technique.

To get the perfect straight throw every time, My Mini Factory user Jon Cleaver has created this clever Poké Ball “aimer” case for iPhone.

With the case slipped over an iPhone, players can swipe perfectly straight up whenever they encounter a Pokémon.  Read more…

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Relatives of victims, law enforcement groups support FBI in iPhone unlocking case

Law enforcement groups and family members of victims of December’s San Bernardino mass shooting have backed the FBI and opposed Apple in the court fight over an iPhone used by one of the shooters.

Family members of the shooting victims “seek to remind all parties of the terrible crime — an act of terrorism — the United States must investigate to its fullest,” wrote lawyers for family members of five victims and one witness to the shooting. “Ultimately, this is a situation where no stone can be left unturned.”

Much of the debate over the FBI’s demands of Apple assistance has focused on the “potentially global ramifications” of Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym’s Feb. 16 order requiring Apple to comply, but there’s a law enforcement investigation to consider, the lawyers added.

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