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  • Blog Post: [Update] Oculus Responds To Zenimax And Id Officially Filing Suit

    Update: Oculus has offered a statement regarding the legal action taken against it by Zenimax and Id Software. Here's the official statement from Oculus Rift: The lawsuit filed by ZeniMax has no merit whatsoever. As we have previously said, ZeniMax did not contribute to any Oculus technology. Oculus... More
  • Blog Post: Activision Shareholder Sues Company Over Stock Buyback

    Last week, Activision Blizzard performed some fancy financial footwork in order to separate itself from parent Vivendi. Now, Activision Blizzard shareholder Todd Miller is suing the company over this deal. Previously we've explained how Activision pulled together over $8 billion in order to buy back... More
  • Blog Post: Tattoo Artist Sues THQ Over Unlicensed Use Of Tattoo

    Tattoo artist Chris Escobedo is suing THQ over the unlicensed use of a tattoo that appears on fighter Carlos Condit in the UFC Undisputed 3. Escobedo is the owner of Elite Tattoo in Arizona, and he created the tattoo that appears on Condit's side. Polygon reports that the tattoo in question is an... More
  • Blog Post: UltimatePointer Sues Nintendo And Retailers Over Patent Infringement

    Texas-based company UltimatePointer LLC recently filed a complaint with the state of Texas saying that Nintendo’s Wii remote infringes on one of the company’s own patents. Retailers such as Best Buy, Wal-Mart, and Target have also been included in the lawsuit. UltimatePointer is claiming... More
  • Blog Post: Madden Creator Sues EA For Millions

    Lot’s of video game developer feel that they don’t get properly reimbursed for their work, but the most recent lawsuit facing Electronic Arts stretches back more that two decades. Robin Antonick was a programmer for EA back in the ‘80s, and he helped develop the original John Madden... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Signs Six-Year Deal With Intel Worth $1.5 Billion

    Right now, we wish the name on our bank account was Nvidia, because the graphic card manufacturer just signed a deal with Intel that ends a two year lawsuit and gives Intel continued use of Nvidia technology. In early 2009, Intel and Nvidia were suing each other over an older chipset licensing agreement... More
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