Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Bustin' makes me feel good.
Bigger and more feature-rich than last year's 4000 Series.
Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN is to drag BitTorrent search engine Mininova through the legal system over its refusal to implement a filtering system to prevent the sharing of copyright material.
Seagate has filed suit against rival storage manufacturer STEC, claiming violation of patents it owns on the creation of solid-state devices.
Ultra Products, a PC power supply unit manufacturer, is claiming twenty-two companies are infringing its patent on modular power supplies.
The Norwegian Consumer Council has issued a statement telling ISP customers not to admit to copyright infringement.
Unknown company Implicit Networks has started legal proceedings against a raft of high-tech companies claiming infringement of their data conversion patent.
3D Realms, creator of oft-delayed Duke Nukem Forever, is being sued for copyright infringement over new game Earth No More.
MediaSentry, an 'information gathering' company responsible for providing evidence against alleged file sharers, has been issued a 'cease and desist' notice by the state of Massachusetts.
Apparently, the cover of the song used in the game is 'too similar' to the original version and The Romantics aren't happy about that at all...
A Canadian-based IP firm called Wi-LAN has sued 22 companies, including manufacturers and retailers, for patent infringement.
Still worried that your little sister is going to smash your precious Wiimote on the kitchen floor? Well Nintendo has the answer!
The church may face an uphill battle in it's attempt to sue Sony over the use of Manchester Cathedral in a PS3 game.
Sony has come under fire from The Church of England for supposedly desecrating Manchester Cathedral in-game.
Paul Wilkes becomes the latest man to confound the recording industry by pointing out some serious flaws in their legal strategy.
The MPAA attempted to sue Shawn Hogan for $2500, claiming that he downloaded 'Meet The Fockers' via BitTorrent. He's told the MPAA that he will see them in court. Comedy gold.
The music industry is expected to sue Yahoo! China after allegedly providing users with links to pirated music.
The popular torrent tracker is fighting back against the lawsuit it was previously hit with. The site claims that the MPAA illegally hired a hacker to dig for dirt on it.
XM has a new device which allows listeners to timeshift their satellite radio. The RIAA wants - you guessed it - money.
A group of top Canadian artists is standing up to the record industry and giving their vocal support to music fans who just want their fair use rights.
Yes, you read that right. Apparently you can continue to file share whilst not owning a machine. Plus, some new proposed legislation we're all going to love.
Google Image Search may violate US copyright law, according to a recent judgement. Perfect 10 gets its knickers in a twist over cached porn.
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.
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.
Little old lady from NY sues after Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas sex scandal.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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