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Microsoft study finds Pokemon Go players could live longer

Windows Phone users are used to getting the short end of the stick when it comes to the latest app fad but now a collaborative study between Microsoft and Stanford has found they may actually end up dying earlier than their iPhone or Android-totting colleagues According to a study from Stanford University and Microsoft Research highly […]
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