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Intel told a judge in the lawsuit it's defending from AMD that it "misplaced" several important emails which the court demanded be preserved. Maybe the dog ate them?
An interesting case has arisen in Brazil where model, Daniella Cicarelli, is suing YouTube for £60,000 for every day that the site hosted a sex video with her in it.
The American record industry goes to court in New York, seeking damages from the Russian website. Will the Russians turn up? We think not.
Nintendo is being taken to court despite offering to replace the straps on the Wiimote. Justice or just lawyers trying to make a quick buck?
In an ongoing court case the RIAA has demanded that it be the arbiter of dodgy hard drives. Surely that can't be right?
Fun and games in the gaming industry today with both Rockstar and Eidos involved in legal cases
RIAA backs off in court case after their IP based evidence is considered insufficient.
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 chaps at Sony get their come-uppance for installing spyware on millions of computers worldwide - a payout to anyone who bought the non-CDs.
Step 1: Get computer. Step 2: Get phone line. Step 3: Convince yourself of massive alien cover up. Step 4: Hack in US Government Security systems. Step 5: Profit?
The RIAA contradicts a previous statement it made to the court. Before, copying CDs to your computer was perfectly fine if you owned the original. Now? The copyright monopolist says it isn't.
XBox modders beware, Microsoft is on the prowl for illegal modifications done to original XBox consoles. Three men in court over conspiracy to commit piracy after modifying XBox consoles.
Microsoft had a reasonably poor year and Bill Gates is beginning to feel the heat at the moment. Could we see Microsoft go by the way side?
Finally the Google vs Microsoft bout kicks off - lawyers representing both companies have rolled their sleeves up to fight it out over Kai-Fu Lee - a former Microsoft employee.
Three gamers who coded their own server software in response to problems with Blizzard's Battle.net have lost their appeal against a ban on their work.
We've brought together links to all the best coverage of the AMD-Intel lawsuit.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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