Pittsburgh district court judge David Cercone has ruled in Nintendo’s favour in a patent infringement lawsuit brought against the Big N by one Copper Innovations Group. The company had claimed the Wii and controllers violated its US Patent No. 5,640,152, but the judge dismissed the case without going to a jury trial. Nintendo of America’s deputy general counsel, Richard Medway, said Nintendo is “very pleased” and reiterated that the platform holder will continue to “vigorously defend” against what it has in the past labelled as patent trolls, something the Wii has been a bit a honeytrap for.
After watching this fan-made video for Midnight Club, we really want Rockstar, get started on another one.
Splatoon 2 players are being handed a new weapon.
Pokemon Go Fest is a bit of a mess and Niantic's CEO got booed - but you're getting $100 PokeCoins for your trouble
The first Pokemon Go Fest hasn’t gone off without a hitch. Or two. Or even three. But, there’s a silver lining for those at home.
Possibly related to the NX. Possibly not. Isn’t this a fun game?
Will the NX be a control-pad shaped portable with an ovoid screen covering the entire front surface?