Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
Bumper penalty for price collusion.
Plans another appeal against foreign searches.
Search engines breathe easier today.
The Lord Chief Justice has ruled that posting updates to Twitter while a court is in session is OK.
Google has been found guilty of libel by the French courts over its auto-suggest feature.
Bethesda has been revealed to have a new MMO project up it's sleeve according to court documents from the Interplay lawsuit.
Pop group No Doubt has decided to sue Activision over how it is represented in Band Hero.
A legal loophole has emerged which exempts games stores from prosecution for selling adult games to children.
Nvidia has announced that it has filed a countersuit in the Court of Chancery, Delaware, against Intel for breach of contract.
A court has ordered a temporary suspension in the distribution of RealNetworks' DVD ripping software RealDVD, pending a hearing on Tuesday.
EA's Peter Moore has some ideas about how to battle piracy, namely going against the idea of suing game pirates.
Silicon Knights boss Denis Dyack has accused Epic of defruading the games industry when promoting the Unreal Engine 3.
A presentation demonstrating major security weaknesses in the MiFare Classic-based CharlieCard RFID system has been gagged via court order this weekend.
Social networking site Facebook has filed suit against rival German site SudiVZ, accusing the latter of being nothing but a Facebook ripoff with a red colourscheme.
The judge presiding over Jack Thompson's disbarment case has recommended that he be considered for a permanent disbarment.
Jack Thompson should be judged guilty on 27 misconduct charges according to the recommendations of a judge.
The Florida Supreme Court has ordered that Jack Thompson must show just cause for his abuses to the US legal system.
The European Court of Justice has issued a set of new directives for IP theft. It could be good news for the Internet user... or not.
The UK government is considering the introduction of RFID tags to monitor prisoners outside jail in order to free up more cells.
A Detroit judge has ruled against The Romantics in their attempt to sue Activision for creating cover songs which were 'too good'.
As an ISP, Plus.net finds itself as the middleman in arguments between law enforcement and accused file sharers. In an unusually down to earth blog post, a Plus.net employee lays it straight.
The State of Texas has just filed a lawsuit against Future US, the operator of GamesRadar, over data-handling and child privacy laws.
The Department of Justice has sided with the RIAA in Jammie Thomas' appeal against her copyright infringement ruling.
Coming as no shock to many around the world, Microsoft has lost its appeal in the European Union antitrust case.
Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, is due to unveil a mini-manifesto which will detail how to tackle crime by 'dealing with' violent computer games.
Jack Thompson has been oddly quiet lately, but now he's back with a vengence and has filed a complaint with the FTC about the advertising campaign for BioShock.
Four and a half years into the making, Novell wins copyrights lawsuit over the Unix operating system.
In response to a lawsuit from Silicon Knights, Epic is counter-suing and alleging that Silicon Knights is using Epic code without license.
The California game law, which would fine retailers $1000 for selling violent games to minors, was recently rejected by US courts. Schwarzenegger isn’t happy and is appealing.
A recent court decision could stop service providers from changing their terms of service without fully notifying customers beforehand.
The owner of Facebook is facing allegations of stealing the idea from his fellow classmates at Harvard University.
A number of developers spill the dirt on Epic and let the world know what they think about the lawsuit against Epic and its UE3, though nearly all do so anonymously.
The church may face an uphill battle in it's attempt to sue Sony over the use of Manchester Cathedral in a PS3 game.
Sony has come under fire from The Church of England for supposedly desecrating Manchester Cathedral in-game.
The British Board of Film Classification has released a report studying the attitudes of Britains gaming communities
Louisiana citizens will be feeling the pinch soon as they are ordered to pay to cover legal fees incurred from battling a bill drafted by Jack Thompson
A US judge has issued a ruling blocking the 1998 law requiring porn sites to protect their material from the eyes of kids.
Intel told a judge in the lawsuit it's defending from AMD that it "misplaced" several important emails which the court demanded be preserved. Maybe the dog ate them?