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Comment The Idolmaster (Score 1) 477

One of the few games with truly successful downloadable content sales. The game itself may not have been perfect -- far from it -- but seeing its ingame footage almost single-handedly boost one of Japan's Youtube clones, NicoNico Douga, to popularity rivaling the video giant was a sight to behold.

Submission + - Sight for the blind.

Manifold Space Traveler writes: "The primary problem with this technology is that the neural pathways are set at an early age and the mind is not like a hard disk, you cannot simply erase a lifetime of experience and then reinstall linux. Existing research seems to indicate that late acquired sight adversely affects the mind so much, that it leads to depression and in some cases suicide. This technology is several years old and is not "news" at all."

Submission + - Inventor of the TV remote dies

QuietLagoon writes: Zenith Electronics Corporation said today that Engineer Robert Adler, who co-invented the TV remote control with fellow Engineer Eugene Polley, has passed on to the big sofa in the sky. In his six-decade career with Zenith, Adler was a prolific inventor, earning more than 180 U.S. patents. He was best known for his 1956 Zenith Space Command remote control, which helped make TV a truly sedentary pastime. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded Adler and co-inventor Polley, another Zenith engineer, an Emmy in 1997 for the landmark invention.

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