VR bods partner for VirtualLink cable spec
Everything via USB Type-C.
AMD pushing the envelope of its x86 licence.
It's Tesla or nothing, customers told.
Promises integrated controllers, too.
'Baseless,' claims Qualcomm.
13-22 percent thanks to weak Pound.
Can block 'unauthorised' software and hardware.
Bargain licences for lucky punters.
Piracy not being blamed, surprisingly.
In the first of a regular series of articles looking at the giants of the tech industry, we focus on Nvidia - it's had a torrid time over the past 18 months, but in the past, it's always come back stronger when under pressure, so what does the future hold this time for Nvidia?
AMD says future AMD platforms will only use AMD chipsets, but hasn't confirmed if this applies to both the server and desktop markets.
Intel said this afternoon that if it was to win the suit it filed against Nvidia, it would consider re-negotiating the agreements it has with its rival.
We have just learned that Intel has filed suit against Nvidia, asking the court to make a declaratory judgement relating to two four-year old license agreements.
Nokia has filed a complaint with the European Commission over licence fees being extracted by GSM patent holder IPCom, which it claims are unfair.
The Chief Constable of Lancashire has found himself the target of a writ in the High Court accusing his force of playing music without the relevant licence.
Due to VIA suffering a license dispute and falling market share the Intel chipset market, it has quit while it's ahead. Instead the company will focus solely on making chipsets for its own C7 CPUs.
Macrovision, the company behind the FlexNet software suite, have released the latest incarnation of FlexNet Publisher. It's different from previous instalments, as it features a transferable licence. Could this be a big shift in the software industry, including ISVs using digital distribution methods?