Camp Grounded lets grown-ups relive their summer camp days, but only after surrendering all their digital devices.
Adults seeking to relive happy childhood memories can sign up for a weekend summer camp, but they have to surrender all gadgets including phones, tablets, and even watches. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes us to the camp that's drawing hundreds of people from around the country.
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Japan estimates that more than 500,000 school-age kids are pathologically addicted to the Internet. Could gadget-free camps help them?
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