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Microsoft has dropped plans to track down pirated copies of Windows XP through its WGA anti-piracy tool, after a host of anger was directed at the software giant.
Retail versions will now not arrive until early 2007. Couple that with layoffs and lawsuits, and this hasn't been a good start to Bill's week.
Annoyed that your 120GB hard drive actually only gives you 111GB? Customers have taken WD to task for making 'false' claims about capacity.
The chaps at Sony get their come-uppance for installing spyware on millions of computers worldwide - a payout to anyone who bought the non-CDs.
XM has a new device which allows listeners to timeshift their satellite radio. The RIAA wants - you guessed it - money.
'HDCP ready' doesn't mean 'HDCP actually works', and a bunch of American consumers are rather annoyed at that. Will ATI be forced to reign in its marketing spin?
Google Image Search may violate US copyright law, according to a recent judgement. Perfect 10 gets its knickers in a twist over cached porn.
The US government wants Google to hand over data revealing what users are searching for, allegedly to be used as part of its fight against child pornography. Larry and Sergei said no way. Don't be evil.
Remember Marvel suing NCsoft because you could create Wolverine-a-likes in City of Heroes? That's all sorted now.
Creative have launched a competitor to the iPod video, called the Zen Vision:M. They're not just after them in the stores though - there's talk of a lawsuit.
Amazon are taking a beating for their treatment of Xbox customers. Some who ordered before August for Christmas have had their delivery cancelled, and some people are getting games but no consoles.
Power supplies and overheating boxes have led a man to take Microsoft to task over an alleged rushed release of its console.
Is World of Warcraft as addictive as crack? Does Blizzard command a 4.5 million-strong army of Red Bull-fuelled nutballs? We doubt it. Naturally, that won't stop a Chinese couple suing Blizzard over their son's death. Someone call Jack Thompson!
Microsoft pays up $761m to settle an ongoing lawsuit with Real. But do they really care?
Dell agrees to compliance (mostly) and The Tech Report writes up some cool analysis of Intel's approach.
Intel has sent a document to the court that counters the claims AMD has made about it so far. The gist - we don't need to cheat, we rock!
In a move dumbfounding many, Sony are suing Hong Kong specialist exporter Lik-Sang.com for selling PSP handhelds to countries like the UK, where the official launch has been delayed by six months.
Seriously. They literally send men in dark suits and glasses to deliver documents.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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