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Joy of gaming morphed into troubling fixation for former video game addict – CBC.ca

Francis Labbé was seven years old when he first played a video game. His father was playing on the computer when he placed Labbé on his lap and asked him if he wanted to try. The game was World of Warcraft, and although he didn’t really understand how it worked at …

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The hottest PC gaming gear to look forward to in 2018 – TechRadar

The only thing better than the Ultra HD graphics and silky-smooth gameplay that PC gaming affords is all the cool gear surrounding your computer. From keyboards to mice, monitors, gaming chairs and headsets, PC gaming hardware goes much farther than your main rig. While we’re all still lusting after that …

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Dallas gaming goes mainstream with eSports – Story | KDFW – FOX 4 News

You might not have heard of eSports, but a lot of people have, including big names in traditional sports. Businessmen have poured millions of dollars into local eSports teams. Some players even earn six-figure salaries while millions of fans watch online. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Dallas Mavericks owner …

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Why mobile gaming is about to get even bigger – Sky News

Though the opponents might change, the story of the video game industry has been largely defined by the battle for supremacy between the latest consoles. In the 1990s it was all about Sonic v Mario. Today, the Xbox One X brands itself as “the world’s most powerful” console, while Sony …

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How does Google Daydream View VR fare as a gaming device? – British GQ

Like all truly cutting-edge technology – Tesla’s 0-to-60-in-under-two-seconds Roadster, wallpaper-thin OLEDs such as those in LG’s flagship TVs, Virgin Galactic – VR was, until recently, really quite expensive. Devices like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are pricey investments that require not only a hefty amount of peripheral tech to …

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WPI Professor Finds Inspiration at Intersection of Gaming and Crafts – WPI News

One WPI professor finds her inspiration—and a new avenue to advance her own learning—at the intersection of her interests. Gillian Smith, assistant professor of computer science at WPI, is combining two of her passions—gaming and crafts. It might sound like an odd combination, but it’s one that is expanding her …

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MirraViz is a startup that wants to change split-screen gaming – TechCrunch

MirraViz wants to bring an end to gamers screen-peeking. The startup’s display technology lets different people watch different things on the same projector screen depending on where they’re sitting. The best part of this is that only you can see what’s happening on your screen. The technology is definitely still in …

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Gaming | Atlantic City casino revenue rose in 2017 for second year – Macau Daily Times

Home | Business | Gaming | Atlantic City casino revenue rose in 2017 for second year The Revel in Atlantic City, as seen in 2014 In 2017, it was a very good year — for Atlantic City’s casinos. They saw their gambling revenue increase for the second year in a …

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Without Villainous Lair, gamers adrift – San Diego Reader

“Deep crushedness is the general feel around here,” said Matt Bantelman. “I’ve gone out of the way to not mention it this evening because everyone’s trying to play [games] and have fun, and then inevitably I make eye contact with another player and ask, ‘Where you gonna play after this?’ …

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Week in review: Penn National Gaming plays offense and defense – Reading Eagle

Reading Eagle: Lauren A. Little | Thomas G. Parisi Monday January 15, 2018 12:01 AM Reading Eagle Good week Judge Thomas J. Parisi: Parisi, 59, began his term as Berks County’s president judge last week. In this role, he oversees 400 employees, assigns judges their caseloads and …

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