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Xbox-modder trial underway, no plea bargain offered [update: case dismissed!]

The landmark jury trial of Matthew Crippen, indicted on two federal counts last fall for running a side-business in which he modded Xbox 360s at his home, began yesterday with opening statements in a Los Angeles court. Wired's colorful report of U.S. District Judge Philip Gutierrez's colorful...

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Microsoft files motion to dismiss Datel suit, cites Apple and others in defense

Microsoft has registered a motion to dismiss the antitrust lawsuit originally filed by unofficial memory card maker Datel, in which Datel claimed that by locking out its cards, Microsoft was being illegally anti-competitive in the field of 'Multiplayer Online Dedicated Gaming Systems" and their...

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Baja 1000 hits shelves despite lawsuit

Even with THQ filing lawsuit against Activision for the cover of Baja 1000, the game is hitting store shelves anyway. A U.S. District Court judge has said "the hardship to plaintiff (THQ) is unclear, as Plaintiff has presented no evidence of hardship." The judge went on further to say that the...

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