We explore the level of abuse that female gamers have to tolerate in online games.
Airlines have confirmed that they are to begin the implementation of anti-pornography filters on their in-flight WiFi Internet access services.
Having ditched its initial attempts to sue porn P2P sharers, anti-piracy organisation the PAK Group is to being proceedings against the YouTube-style porn piracy sites.
Alex St. John, one of the creators of DirectX, has dismissed the idea that PC gaming is dying, outlining why he thinks digitial distribution is the future.
In our latest poll, we're keen to hear how much value you see in the elaborate bundles that come with some of today's graphics cards.
Indie website RockPaperShotgun has done a breakdown of the top ten pirated games and the number of downloads for each.
The games industry in the UK is now officially shifting more stock than the music industry and fast catching up to DVD sales.
Futuremark Corporation has recently filed papers with the US trademark office for the word 'PWNAGE'. All signs point to its move into games development.
Simon Hill of Outerlight Studios tackles the concept of advertising in games and the despicable, dirty nature of designing advergaming. Is there a way out for developers who don't want to place advertising in their games? This column is sponsored by bit-tech.net.
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