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Samuel F. Dabney, 81, was an Atari co-founder who co-founded Pong

From left Samuel F. (Ted) Dabney Nolan Bushnell, Fred Marincic and Allan Alcorn 1973 with a pong console in the Atari office in Santa Clara, California. AL ALCORN / The New York Times News Service 19659003] Samuel F. Dabney, an electrical engineer who, as co-founder of Atari, laid the foundation for the modern video game industry and created the hit …

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Ted Dabney helped find Atari and Build Pong, an early video game hit

Ted Dabney helped design and build machines to play Pong, a simple video game that looked startlingly modern in bars at the beginning of the 1970s. The native San Francisco, who learned electronics at the Marines, was co-founder of Atari Inc., which developed the game. His responsibilities included the purchase of televisions and reconfiguring them as screens on which two …

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Video game Pioneer and Atari Co-Founder, Ted Dabney, died at age 81

Ted Dabney, from left, Nolan Bushnell, Fred Marincic and Allan Alcorn Allan Acorn / CompuerHistory Samuel "Ted" Dabney, one of the earliest industry pioneers and one Co-founder of Atari, died on May 26 after a fight against cancer. He was 81. The news has many of his contemporaries and veterans of the video game industry mourn the loss of such …

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Atari co-founder Ted Dabney dies at 81 • The Register

Atari co-founder and co-creator of the legendary Pong, Ted Dabney, died of esophageal cancer at the age of 81 His death was announced yesterday in a short Facebook post by game historian Leonard Herman, author of the video [19659002] According to Eurogamer, Dabney was diagnosed with cancer at the end of 2017 and refused treatment After a career that included …

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Ted Dabney, co-founder of Atari, dies at the age of 81

Ted Dabney, who founded Atari in 1972, died at the age of 81. This news came from his close friend Leonard Herman. Herman wrote on Facebook: "I have just learned that my good friend Ted Dabney, co-founder of Atari, died at the age of 81. RIP, dear friend, your legacy will last a long time!" Dabney was in the Influential …

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Atari co-founder Ted Dabney dead at 81

Ted Dabney, co-founder of Atari in 1972 and co-founder of the video game industry, died on Saturday at the age of 81. Dabney was diagnosed with esophageal cancer late last year and was told he had only eight months Video game historian and scholar Leonard Herman told HuffPost he'd heard of Ted's death from a colleague and then Dabney's wife …

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Atari co-founder Ted Dabney died at age 81

Atari co-founder and grandfather of video player Ted Dabney passed away at the age of 81. The electronics engineer was one of the co-creators of Pong and was instrumental in the creation of video-arcade game culture. Dabney was diagnosed with esophageal cancer at the end of 2017 and decided not to undergo treatment. In 1971, Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney …

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Atari co-founder Ted Dabney dies at 81

Ted Dabney, co-founder of Atari alongside Nolan Bushnell, died at the age of 81. The news of Dabney's death was posted in a Facebook post by Leonard Herman, the author of the Phoenix Game Dabney was an important figure in the history of both Atari and video games in general, and his Engineering work in the early 1970s was crucial …

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Atari co-founder Ted Dabney dies

Ted Dabney, the video game pioneer and co-founder of Atari, has passed away Dabney was one of the people who were at the beginning of video games, which the market has now turned into a $ 137.9 billion deal Researcher Newzoo Marty Goldberg, administrator for the Atari Museum on Facebook, wrote: "At a loss, I just learned that my friend, …

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