10 Years On: Spore
Five-year run, £30.4m budget.
Adds FIDO2, WebAuthn support.
On the day of its release, even.
EC closes its repayment case.
Providing they're at 65nm or better.
Three percent 'interim' tax in the works.
€13 billion hinging on its appeal.
Cash for electric cars, AI, and cybersecurity.
Proposes a social media levy.
Aim to fill the corporation tax gap.
Ireland must recover illegal aid.
Rebellion director warns of challenges.
Bit of a bigger bite than its UK equivalent.
Advises pre-February investment.
Tax breaks for UK cultural exports.
Eric Schmidt has come out in defence of Google's 'immoral' tax avoidance policy.
A 25% tax relief for games developers is planned for April 2013 according to the Autumn Statement.
The Raspberry Pi microcomputer is nearly here, as the first 10,000 unit production run begins.
TIGA CEO Dr Richard Wilson explains why R&D tax credits aren't enough.
Retailers such as Game and GameStation have increased prices as a result of a UK VAT increase.
TIGA, representing the UK's games industry, is fighting to restore the tax relief programme.
The UK Government may be reconsidering tax relief for UK developers.
Chancellor George Osbourne has cut the promised tax relief for UK game developers from the budget.
The games industry is bringing pressure against the Tories ahead of the UK election.
The newly announced budget for the UK includes new tax relief efforts for creative industries, like game development.
Microsoft's Scott Charney has suggested that the problem of malware-infected PCs could be solved through general taxation - offering a free 'digital healthcare' service.
We sit down with Jason Kingsley, CEO of AVP developer Rebellion and founder of TIGA, to chat about how his latest game is shaping up and what he thinks the future holds for the UK games industry in regard to ratings, tax breaks and more.
Following the £29 million fine issued by the Turkish government for tax avoidance, UK MPs have accused Google of dodging up to £450 million in corporation tax from its UK arm.
The UK government has explained the recently rejected tax break proposal for the games industry.
A breakdown of the cost of America's Army has revealed a staggering cost of $33 million.
Realtime Worlds, the developer of All Points Bulletin, reckons that a lack of tax breaks will push companies abroad.
The UK government is expected to reject requests for tax breaks for the games industry.
Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz has been lambasted by the company's investors after filings showed she has sold $2 million of stock options since joining the company.
The TIGA trade body has warned the UK government that unless tax breaks are applied to the games industry then more than 1700 jobs will be lost.