We know what you know
Redfaced US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) says it is investigating reports that hackers gained unauthorised access to an agency portal that taps into 16 different federal law enforcement databases.
It turns out that computer game’s companies are collecting shedloads of psychological data on players and there is concern about its use.
Expects to get the Epic Games case thrown out
Fruity cargo cult Apple outlined its objections to allowing app developers to link to third-party payment options ahead of a hearing next month that could determine whether a set of antitrust court orders is put on pause.
Tame Apple Press cheers
Epic Games, which dared to take on the fruity cargo cult Apple and its mighty briefs, is now being sued by Google.
Valve wants to be Swiss
Apple apparently subpoenaed Valve Software in November 2020, demanding it provide huge amounts of commercial data about Steam sales and operations going over multiple years.
MetaHuman Creator could be the next big thing
Epic Games has announced a new, browser-based software tool powered by its Unreal Engine called the MetaHuman Creator that can craft highly realistic human faces and help power more realistic body movements and facial animations
For an HQ rather than a car chase
Epic Games is buying an old shopping mall -- with nearly one million square feet of space -- and plans to convert it into its new global headquarters by 2024.
Time to face the laywers
A judge has ordered Apple to produce Tim Cook and Craig Federighi to testify for the Apple versus Epic lawsuit, and they must produce required documents before the next hearing.
Apple fanboys celebrate at the prospect of paying more money
Epic Games "did not win its preliminary injunction in its antitrust action against Apple, which would have forced Apple to allow Fortnite back onto the iPhone, iPad, and Mac".