When the infant of a South Korean couple addicted to online gaming died of malnutrition in 2010, the trial that followed was unprecedented. It was the first legal case that ever saw Internet addiction used as a defense
In HBO's Love Child, which will premiere next Monday at 9 p.m. ET/PT as part of the network's recently established documentary night, director Valerie Veatch uses the couple's troubling story as a backdrop to explore gaming addiction, its pitfalls and causes
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T-Mobile CEO John Legere is also an executive producer on the documentary, but that doesn't stop the doc from addressing the connection between increased mobility of games and the rise in addiction. Read more...
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The Gotham Chronicle is not too happy with the city's police department. That means you, Jim Gordon
In this promo for the forthcoming Batman prequel, shared exclusively with Mashable, a newspaper covering the fictional city calls on residents to turn their backs on law enforcement, and instead, look to Gotham Chronicle for true justice. (For the record: journalists ≠ crime fighters.)
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The preview will make its official debut this weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, airing in the back of Uber cars, which will be modified to look like Gotham City Police Department vehicles. Attendees at Comic-Con will also have a chance to get their hands on a limited-edition issue of the Chronicle Read more...
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