Ubisoft is building on its digital distribution service by introducing non-Ubisoft published titles to its library.
Ubisoft has abandoned its DRM measures, allowing gamers to enjoy PC games without a persistent internet connection.
Ubisoft's chief executive Yves Guillemot claims a similar number of players pay for F2P titles as they do regular boxed titles.
CURIA has ruled that digitally distributed software is not exempt from the doctrine of first sale.
Rovio's chief executive Mikael Hed has seemingly spoken out in partial favour of piracy...
Ubisoft has issued a patch that removes DRM from the PC version of From Dust.
Steam is offering refunds on the PC version of From Dust.
Ubisoft has silently reneged on promises to remove draconian DRM from the PC version of From Dust.
Ubisoft has announced it is adapting 2009 DS game Clash of Heroes to PC.
Ubisoft has announced that the PC version of Driver: San Francisco has been delayed.
Capcom has detailed the DRM for SSFIV Arcade Edition.
EA and Bioware have explained how Dragon Age 2's DRM will work on PC.
We talk to the PCGA's new president, Matt Ployhar, about DRM, Activision-Blizzard and the future.
Ubisoft appears to have silently disabled its controversial always-on DRM.
We have a chat with CD Projekt, quizzing them about DRM, consoles and nudity in The Witcher 2.
Chris talks to GOG.com about chasing game rights and the struggle to sell DRM-free titles.