Yet another new internet addiction treatment centre has opened its doors, this time in the online gaming capital of South Korea.
ExclusiveA new two-year study charting the gaming habits of over 3,000 Singaporean school kids claims that nearly one in ten were 'addicts' suffering from increased levels of depression and anxiety and a noticeable drop in performance at school.
China is set to bring a new set of harsh regulations into effect on August 1, banning 'unwholesome' content from appearing in online games.
Do you reach for your iPhone first thing before giving your wife a good morning kiss? Do you spend more time looking at your shiny new 3GS in bed than reading one of the growing pile of great books next to you? Do you get more excited about new apps than you do about new albums?
A Seattle-based internet addiction specialist has revealed how computer and MMO addiction can cause serious 'intimacy disorders' in young men, who only handle their sexuality with online pornography.
Are you addicted to gaming? If so, or if you fear your nearest and dearest could well be, then a new UK gaming rehab clinic might offer you specialist therapy and treatment for the 'problem'.
Gamers who play for more than seven hours a week and who identify their gaming as an addiction sleep less during the weekdays and experience greater sleepiness than casual or non-gamers, according to new research.
The more experience people have with 3D technology, the more interested they are in having more 3D options, according to a new joint study from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and the Entertainment and Technology Center at the University of Southern California. The study, 3D TV: Where Are We Now and Where Are Consumers, also showed that 3D technology is positioned to become a major force in future in-home entertainment. As with many successful technologies, such as HDTV, interest in 3D increases as consumers experience it first-hand. In the past 12 months, nearly 41 million U.S. adults report having seen a 3D movie in theaters. Of those, nearly forty percent say they would prefer to watch a movie in 3D than that same movie in 2D. That's compared to just 23 percent who have not seen a 3D movie in the past 12 months.