Numerous ReLive upgrades, in-game overlay, and new mobile app.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
416 MPs agree, but gain exemption themselves.
Minimum score required for consideration.
Baikal revealed as 64-bit Cortex-A57.
Security agency missed that one, it seems.
Some disclosures now permitted.
"Never trust closed source routers."
Individuals left somewhat under-protected.
A Canadian boy has admitted hacking websites in exchange for video games.
CFAA gets new teeth in landmark case.
'Government by Daily Mail,' warn critics.
A 25% tax relief for games developers is planned for April 2013 according to the Autumn Statement.
Will 'educate' buyers at point-of-sale.
The coalition has come under fire for its Draft Communications Data Bill, dubbed "a snooper's charter."
The government has revealed plans to monitor all electronic communications in the UK.
The Lords Select Committee is getting involved in the plan to boost Britain's broadband.
The Technology Strategy Board has announced investment in the Internet of Things via 10 UK companies.
Broadband coming to the middle of nowhere near you?
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey casts doubt over EU laws that require consent before using cookies.
BT and TalkTalk's appeal against the digital economy act has been thrown out.
Working group formed to make Section 17 of the Digital Economy Act 'more palatable.'
Retailers such as Game and GameStation have increased prices as a result of a UK VAT increase.
TIGA, representing the UK's games industry, is fighting to restore the tax relief programme.
The UK Government may be reconsidering tax relief for UK developers.
Activision and Sony have bemoaned the loss of tax relief for the UK games industry.
Chancellor George Osbourne has cut the promised tax relief for UK game developers from the budget.
The US has announced the appointment of its first general in charge of cyber warfare.
The controversial Digital Economy Bill has been passed in a last minute reading in the UK.
Dr Tanya Byron has called for a new independent report on the state of online and casual games.
The Swiss Parliament has passed a proposal to ban acts of violence in videogames.
The UK government has explained the recently rejected tax break proposal for the games industry.
The Finnish government has announced plans to make 1Mb/s Internet connectivity a legal right of all citizens - and to extend that to 100Mb/s for all by 2015.
The Government has announced that the UK will adopt the PEGI ratings system for video games, bringing an end to the BBFC's involvement in the industry.
The UK Government has published the Digital Britain report today and the main points were outlined in parliament today.
Reports have surfaced that the German government may be considering a total ban on violent videogames.
The group which represents ISPs in the UK, has rejected calls for them to cut off users who repeatedly share copyrighted material.
An alliance of UK creative industries will today urge the Government to take action against illegal file sharers.
The EFF has launched an on-line toolkit designed to help protect against government intrusion in private telecommunication systems.
The UK's Intellectual Property minister says he will not advise the government to legislate against game and music piracy.