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Signs cross-border declaration.
Depends on Bard's Tale IV sales, though.
Pack your rifle, because we're off to war! From Russian developer Best Way comes this ultra-detailed and super tactical WW2 RTS, and we're reporting from the front lines to see if this Russian import could be a diamond in the rough, or just a turd in plain sight.
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Nvidia has announced that it has filed a countersuit in the Court of Chancery, Delaware, against Intel for breach of contract.
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Nvidia is rumoured to be working on a new version of its dual-GPU GeForce GTX 295 card, which will feature a single PCB, rather than two.
A new worm has been uncovered which targets routers based on the Linux operating system and makes them part of an IRC controlled botnet.
Stardock has today announced a new DRM solution which it reckons should benefit customers as much as publishers, called Goo.