Valve lets slip Steam.TV streaming site
"Internal test" goes live by mistake.
Could be ready for Nvidia's GeForce RTX.
Heading to Sony's machines next year.
With the interior gutted, it's time to start making the custom panels, starting with the back!
Just six months into a 'five-year' sentence.
A criminal sentenced to six years for fraud over the Internet was given the task of coding for Ranby Prison - and locked the governors out with a series of passwords.
T-Enterprise has cancelled development of a game based in the Guantanamo Detention Facility after a massive negative reaction to the game.
The Serious Organised Crime Agency has claimed that convicts in the UK are using PS3s to commit crime from within prison.
The murderous misanthropic Furyan is back in an expanded version of the original Riddick game. With a whole new campaign for players to get their teeth into and a cool new multiplayer option, is Dark Athena going to improve on the already excellent legacy of Butcher Bay?
Innocent or guilty? The verdict of The Pirate Bay trial is revealed, and the site plans to hold a press conference to discuss the court ruling later today.
A New Zealand modder is facing legal trouble after putting New Zealand cops into the game.
The UK government is considering the introduction of RFID tags to monitor prisoners outside jail in order to free up more cells.
A British teenage girl has been imprisoned for a fatal accident caused by sending a text message.
Despite having some of the strictest regulations already in place over game content, the German government plans to introduce a law that will make it illegal for games players and developers to run violent games. The punishment? A year in jail.
However, you can collect a video games console of your choice. Inmates across the USA are kicking back with some recreational gaming, although hopefully no GTA.
The world of Chinese internet news will now be policed by the country's Ministry of Information Industry, who will assuredly "standardise the management of news and information" across the country.