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The Olds -- they're never happy, are they? Just look at this study conducted by the feared and respected Zogby International. According to a poll, those aged 35-54 are most disappointed by how far technology has come by 2010, having grown up with the concept of that Jetsons robot that automatically...

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December 31, 2009 at 5:32PM
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Given the way the Wii is selling, Nintendo can let their gaming drought go on for a good while. Their marketing scheme to diversify the gaming demographic is getting them good press. And from the looks of it, all old people need is Wii Sports to be happy before Death comes aknockin' on their door. R...

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No, we don't expect the vast majority of elderly folks kickin' it in a retirement home to honestly show any interest in video games (right?), but apparently, the Wii's at least making some minor strides in getting the geriatric set up and active with virtual sports. While we assume those suffering...

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Prof. Mihai Nadin is showing old people the light by introducing them to the benefits of video games. The University of Texas at Dallas professor is testing various applications to help the elderly maintain their "cognitive, anticipatory and physical skills." Nadin has been studying the geriatrics f...

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