The battle between tech giants, Microsoft Corporation and Google Inc., over patent issues finally put on a stop.
According to a trade judge, he stated that the game console, Xbox video gaming system, did not violate or infringe the patents that Google’s Motorola Mobility unit made.
Judge David Shaw from the U.S. International Trade Commision is clearly siding with Microsoft Corp. in this case. But his conclusions are the not final yet and still subject to review by the panel-of-6-commission, which has the ability to stop the the imports of products that violates the patents in the U.S.
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Various rumors are already spreading about the continuation of the phenomenal game Halo – now on its 4th release as Halo 4, but as the rumors keep building up, Microsoft finally spoiled the fun and excitement – Today!
Even though we have known Halo 4 is in the process, we now have a report of an official release date. November 6 is the kick off date for the 4th sequel of the well-known video gaming franchise – it is also the date of Election in the U.S. Together with finally getting the news of the kick off date, . . . → Read More: Halo 4 will be Available on November 6
In the 2012 Game Developers Choice Awards, game developers of various sizes and background scenes shared the stage to get identified by their industry competitors for jobs done well.
Hosted by Cliff Bleszinski, lead of Epic’s Gears of War, the game who won the annual ceremony is Bethesda’s epic open world RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
“We never imagined the reception the game would get, or the reception that it has had. This has been an amazing ride for us, not just for this game, but for the last 25-plus years at Bethesda.” according to Todd Howard, . . . → Read More: Skyrim Took the Win in the 2012 Game Developers Choice Awards
Steam, the online video gaming community managed by game company Valve, verified Thursday that the discussion boards have been compromised and informed customers to keep an eye on their credit card billing statements.
The company’s community forums have been defaced earlier in the week, causing some players receiving e-mails from the hacking Site, according to Kotaku.
Thursday, Gabe Newell, Valve co-founder, made a message on the company’s discussion boards verifying the attack, stating that all of forum passwords is going to be reset and including that this attack “goes beyond the Steam forums.” As there is proof of . . . → Read More: Valve Confirmed Steam Hack
Nintendo has reported life long product sales of their popular DS handheld have exceeded 50 million within the U.S.
The statement was made along with consumer research company NPD Group’s monthly tally of video gaming product sales. Ever since the portable video gaming product released in 2004, Nintendo has sold 273 million games within the U.S., as outlined by NPD data.
In September, Nintendo sold 145,000 DS products as well as an additional 260,000 of the Nintendo 3DS products. The monthly product sales statistics for the 3-D product were up 10% in comparison to August, when Nintendo revealed . . . → Read More: Nintendo DS Hits 50 Million in U.S. Market Sales