Review Apex Legends Review
King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
Expert claims factual inaccuracies.
No class action status, either.
Claims trademark abuse to censor show.
Gigabyte named in class-action suit.
Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe still in the dock.
It's CoolIT all over again, it would seem.
Apple claims Samsung 'slavishly' ripped of the look and feel of its best selling products.
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, is suing eleven companies over alleged patent infringement.
Xerox has filed suit against search giants Google and Yahoo!, alleging infringement of patents held on knowledge management and automatic query generation.
A lawsuit brought against Microsoft for its Windows Genuine Advantage technology - described in the claims as "spyware" - has failed in its bid to be granted Class Action status.
Apple is seeking a permanent injunction against hackintosh retailer Psystar following a summary judgement against the company - and is also looking for monetary damages.
Pop group No Doubt has decided to sue Activision over how it is represented in Band Hero.
Eolas - a patent-holder which won a multi-million dollar judgement against Microsoft a few years back - is again suing some of the biggest names on the 'net for patent infringement.
The law firm who represented file sharer Jammie Thomas-Rasset is now on the other side of the courtroom, accusing sharing site Scribd of infringement.
Kurt Cobain's widow, Courtney Love, has announced that she will be suing Activision for breach of contract in Guitar Hero 5.
A lawsuit - which combines complaints from five separate plaintiffs - brought against Nvidia for the faulty laptop GPUs it sold is seeking class action status.
Apple has been targeted by chip design firm Elan Microelectronics for allegedly violating a patent on multitouch technologies with the iPhone and iPod Touch ranges.
Microsoft has been sued for patent infringement by Israel-based software house BackWeb Technologies over functionality in Windows Update.
TV company Discovery has sued Amazon over the Kindle's digital distribution mechanism, claiming it violates copyrights on a similar system for TV shows.
Sony has voiced concerns over a new advertising campaign that attribute poor health to videogames.
GTR developer SimBin is apparently considering legal action against Slightly Mad Studios, the makers of the new NFS game.
NCSoft is being sued by MMO developer Worlds.com, which basically alleges that it invented the MMO model.
Troubled magazine sharing site mygazines.com has officially shut its doors, citing "monetory reasons and the state of the global economy" rather than legal issues for its closure.
Intel will question AMD over its foundary spin-off because it could effectively invalidate its x86 cross-licensing agreement.
A court has ordered a temporary suspension in the distribution of RealNetworks' DVD ripping software RealDVD, pending a hearing on Tuesday.
Intellectual property firm Orinda IP USA is suing Sony over alleged patent infringement by the company's Blu-ray products - and is looking for a big payout.
An Alabama resident is seeking class action status for her lawsuit against Apple, which accuses the company of releasing a "defective" product in the iPhone 3G.
A presentation demonstrating major security weaknesses in the MiFare Classic-based CharlieCard RFID system has been gagged via court order this weekend.
Having ditched its initial attempts to sue porn P2P sharers, anti-piracy organisation the PAK Group is to being proceedings against the YouTube-style porn piracy sites.
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.
Psystar, a startup offering pre-installed 'Hackintosh' computers built from off-the-shelf parts and running MacOS X, has found itself staring down the barrels of Apple's legal team.
Tecmo, publisher of DOA and Ninja Gaiden, is being sued by two workers who now represent every one of the 300 workers at the company.
Asus's motherboard division has responded to claims that its Energy Processing Unit technology is "fake".