We put Thermaltake's C360 DDC hardline kit through its paces.
Enrique Lores to take over.
Android Q now simply Android 10.
Tomonobu Itagaki, creator of the Dead or Alive series, has announced he is resigning from Tecmo and suing them to boot.
UK police forces are to receive firearm training from a new simulation game that aims to be a truly realistic conflict simulation.
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.
The EU has handed the games industry an ultimatum - take steps to protect children from violent media, or laws will be made to make you.
A New Zealand modder is facing legal trouble after putting New Zealand cops into the game.
Seagate has filed suit against rival storage manufacturer STEC, claiming violation of patents it owns on the creation of solid-state devices.
A BitTorrent tracker aimed at distributing freely-available files - mostly licensed via Creative Commons - has re-launched itself in beta format, but there's not a lot to see just yet.
BitTorrent search engine TorrentSpy has voluntarily shut up shop ahead of a court ruling that would force it to reveal personally identifiable information about its users.
Piracy is a problem for developers, and never was that more evident than when a single raid turned up 28,000 pirated games.
The Florida Supreme Court has ordered that Jack Thompson must show just cause for his abuses to the US legal system.
Unknown company Implicit Networks has started legal proceedings against a raft of high-tech companies claiming infringement of their data conversion patent.
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.
Google has responded to Microsoft's offer to buy Yahoo! on the official Google Blog and questions the legality of such a move.
The Pirate Bay, one of the most popular file sharing sites on the web, is now facing prosecution for conspiracy to break the law.
The brave new digital download start-up QTrax we reported on yesterday seems to have been a little economical with the truth, and the promised launch never happened. Why?
QTrax has announced deals with major music industry types to offer a 25 million song catalogue for free download, with no risk of being sued? Has the music industry finally woken up?
Gizmondo chief Stefan Eriksson has been released from jail early apparently, serving only a year of his three year sentence.
The Motion Picture Association of America has released a statement coughing to 'human error' in a 2005 report almost tripling the claimed losses caused by file-sharing students.
The chairman of Korean tech giant Samsung has had his offices raided as part of an investigation into nepotism, bribery, and misappropriated funds at the corporation.
The UK government is considering the introduction of RFID tags to monitor prisoners outside jail in order to free up more cells.
The IFPI says that ISPs should take responsiblity for file sharing across their networks, and work to prevent users from infringing copyright across the 'net.
Western Digital 1TB MyBook NAS adds overly restrictive DRM to deny access to the video and music you legally own, when you try and play it from outside your home network.
A new set of privacy standards could be agreed upon in the near future if Google has it's way - the God of Search is now pushing for a public debate on the issue.
August 23 2019 | 14:00
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