France-based video game publisher Ubisoft elicited scorn from gamers and consumer rights advocates due to its widespread implementation of 'always on' DRM protection within the PC versions of countless titles. The measure was intended to cut-down on piracy, but found little favor within the gaming community. In January, the company relented and removed all DRM via an update. Ironically, Ubisoft is now being accused of including music torrents from file-sharing site Demonoid as a bonus in the PC release of hit game "Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood." Especially odd since the music in question is Ubisoft's own "Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood" soundtrack. has posted an interview with Julie Larson-Green, head of the Windows product development team at Microsoft.
Best Buy announced a new in-store used video game trade-in system will launch in its U.S. retail stores later this summer.
Video game company Electronic Arts has been widely criticized for monopolistic business practices, shuttering studios and spearheading a controversial anti-used game online pass program that has quickly become de rigueur for other publishing heavyweights. But does that make it the worst company in America? According to The Consumerist, yes, it does.
Nobody likes scareware - save for the bums who use it to dupe unsuspecting folks out of their hard-earned cash. Know who especially dislikes it? The Federal Bureau of Investigation. On Thursday the FBI announced it had "disrupted" two different global rings engaged in various scareware-related criminal activities. The organization's international effort, dubbed "Operation Trident Tribunal," was aided by authorities in a dozen countries, including domestic bureau offices in Seattle and Minneapolis.
Youness Alaoui, known more commonly by his hacker alias KaKaRoTo, spoke with MyCE via email and shared his thoughts on the future of game console security, what it feels like when a legal motion with your name on it is filed and that mysterious cracked 3.60 firmware video that made the rounds last week.
Best Buy is now encouraging the audience of the animated 3-D movie “Despicable Me” to turn their cell phones on to use their new, free Movie Mode interactive application.
Most folks can probably name a handful of companies they dislike off the top of their heads, companies that have caused past grievances or present unhappiness. That's all well and good, but which one is bar-none the absolute worst? Now that's a different story.
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Computex Taipei, the annual trade show held in Taiwan's capital city, brings together IT industry heavyweights from around the world. Bucking conventions, the country's own smartphone manufacturer High Tech Computer (HTC) was even tapped to take part in the event's keynote address. According to insiders, that's not the only surprise in store.