Brandan Lukus Apple faces "mischief in relation to computer data" charge over 150,000 spam messages across 1,000 channels
Politics & Law
Cultural prejudice against games remains strong in Italy, but the AESVI and its development community have gained vital ground on the path to acceptance
30 cases have been exposed as PUBG's community is cleaned up ahead of official Chinese launch
The General Data Protection Regulation to replace the Data Protection Act on May 25
Star Citizen studio calls CryEngine maker's complaint misleading and scandalous, saying it "sacrifices legal sufficiency for loud publicity"
Controversy over monetisation of games isn't going away, and it's likely to reach the corridors of government sooner rather than later
Engine provider conducting thorough audit of Unreal Marketplace for trademark abuse
Police kill 28-year-old Kansas man in response to bogus 911 call placed over a $1.50 wager match
First draft of upcoming compendium revision, if approved, warns of "significant impairment" in personal, family and social life
Trade group applauds permanent reduction in corporate tax rate from as high as 35% down to 21%
Xbox platform holder will eliminate forced arbitration agreements in an effort to stop serial offenders
Depreciation of sterling had positive impact on 11% games firms, according to survey
A lack of recognition of the games industry's needs from government have created concerns over hiring and trade that will continue into next year
ESA "disappointed" as US governing body votes 3-2 to abandon rule preventing service providers from blocking traffic
Alleges Cloud Imperium is still using CryEngine, but studio will "defend vigourously" against "meritless lawsuit"
PUBG creator laments the lack of deterrents for copycats, says clones stifle innovation
Department for Internal Affairs will continue to follow the international discussion around loot boxes"
Head of game operations laid off in October, still waiting on severance pay
Dealing with abusive behaviour and trolling in games is an old problem, but rarely has the issue been so serious, or the responses so lacking, as in 2017
Campaigners concerned by the depiction of violence against children
Latest episode available now, discusses how to arrange merchandise deals and more
Connecticut-based HoloTouch claims that HoloLens actually infringes two of its patents
Hawaii also considers legislation against "Star Wars-themed online casino"
The Chancellor of the Exchequer also confirmed plans to invest £500m in the Tech sector
Gamers who rely on equal access to the internet may no longer have any such guarantee