Asus shows off ROG Strix RTX 2080
Amazon pushes users to Twitch Turbo.
Targets trolls in conference speech.
Gearbox has confirmed it is not making a game based on the film Heat and may now actually be hoping to sell the rights.
Intel says that Global Foundries isn't a subsidiary under the terms of its agreement with AMD, and threatens to pull AMD’s licenses.
The controversial anti-piracy bill PRO-IP has been signed into law by the US President, and although at least one questionable measure has been removed complaints still remain.
Japanese ISPs have joined forces to introduce a system to disconnect users of peer-to-peer file sharing applications.
Internet radio service Pandora is to shut off access for UK fans on the 15th of January because the licensing fees demanded by rights organisations are too high.
The IFPI says that ISPs should take responsiblity for file sharing across their networks, and work to prevent users from infringing copyright across the 'net.
Fearing that users aren't smart enough to know whether they're sending themselves deaf listening to music, Apple patents an automatic volume limiting system for iPods.
As much as we all hate DRM, it is something that the industry feels is needed. Peter N. Glaskowsky dives into the sticky subject and points out the best ways to help enforce it.
A new twist emerges in Bethesdas efforts to make a sequel to the seminal Fallout series...
2007 could be the year where the DRM wall finally crumbles because a number of major record labels are pushing for the right to sell unprotected digital downloads.
DVD Jon is now adding DRM instead of taking it away. Has he gone mad, or is this the next big step for your rights? We look at the history of DRM, your rights, and what can be (and is being) done about it.