The US attorney accused of hounding internet activist Aaron Swartz to his death has responded by saying that her office's actions were "appropriate", and that she had only been seeking a six-month sentence in "a low-security setting" rather than the 30 years' jail that his actions might have attracted.
There is such a thing as being too clever, as this employee apparently found out to his cost.
The social networking site for gamers sees full release following successful test runs.
US President signs order to investigate violent media’s impact on behaviour.
CEO cites phenomenal demand in touch screen devices for Christmas bump.
Japan's dominant games company restructures to face new competition.
Alibaba, China’s biggest e-commerce company, has hired Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs to arrange an initial public offering, said two people with knowledge of the matter.
The games industry already has changed perceptions, says CEO Dr Richard Wilson
Promotional bust of dismembered woman receives backlash of criticism.
Software giant will discuss challenges faced in porting games to virtual reality.