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Young gamers in Korea have turned from national phenomena to national concern -- some have actually managed to \"game\" themselves to death, while blank stares and friendlessness are more common occurrences among the obsessed. Attempting to flip the switch on this unfortunate outcome of pwning, Ventur

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You know, it strikes us that China, of all countries, doesn't have a long tradition of therapy and open discussions of feelings. But it does have a growing pattern of kids losing themselves in online video games (as we've seen time and time again). And as was predicted in the Engadget comments' sect

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In another classic \"chicken-or-the-egg\" type of conundrum, a newly released study is claiming that instead of a so-called \"cellphone addiction\" causing people depression and lower self-esteem, as we'd previously heard, the supposed addiction may actually be triggered by those very same negative feel

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