Entries in 'internet' (75)
Nintendo has said that its first major update for the 3DS will be available to download worldwide on June 7th.
MPs have been in negotiations with Internet Service Providers and intellectual rights holders to create a system that would allow access to be blocked to certain websites.
The popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter has seen the sector overtake entertainment – a category that includes adult entertainment and pornography – in the online ...
Vietnam has moved to block gamers from playing online at night.
Almost 70m PlayStation Network accounts have been registered worldwide since the service launched.
CityVille has reaffirmed itself as the most popular Facebook game ever by attracting over 100m users.
It looks as if Ubisoft might have dropped its controversial internet-dependent DRM used on some of its key PC titles.
With the very notion of net neutrality currently under threat, it has emerged that the British Government is to ask ISPs to block all online pornography by default on domestic ...
Four out of ten internet users globally now play online games
New research from mobile marketing analysts Millennial Media has named the PS3 as one of the top four internet connected devices in Q3 2010.
Internet service provider Demon has introduced a new service which promises a faster broadband connection for the gaming community.
Peter Mandelson was voted as the Internet Villain of the Year at this year's Internet Service Providers Association Awards.
The Irish arm of telcoms operator O2 has begun censoring websites in the region, with image sharing site Imgur seemingly the first portal identified for blockage.
Eircom, Ireland’s largest internet service provider, has rolled out the implementation of its ‘three strikes and you’re out’ policy on illegal internet file sharing.
Owners of the latest Sony’s IPTV will be able to stream classic World Cup footage direct to their TV via the Bravia Internet Video service.
Streaming games service OnLive will be available over any UK ISP, founder and CEO Steve Perlman has confirmed.
Details about the requirements of the Uniloc: SoftAnchor DRM that Sega has chosen to ship with the upcoming PC release of Alpha Protocol have been outlined by the publisher in ...
Hackers have reportedly found a way to circumvent Ubisoft’s controversial PC DRM that requires users maintain a constant internet connection even when playing single-player games.
The South Korean authorities have announced a new ‘gaming curfew’ to try and counter what is seen as the growing problem of MMO addiction in the country.
It’s been a torrid few weeks for Ubisoft’s internet-dependent PC DRM policy, but despite the turbulence the publisher has pledged to stick with its security measures, claiming that most of ...
The Internet Advertising Bureau has formed a new video games steering group that hopes to drive growth in internet advertising within the sector and to establish a code of best ...
EA has had to endure a weekend of complaints following several reports that PC gamers trying to play recent release Command & Conquer 4 have been plagued with problems relating ...
The chief executive of British Telecom has slammed proposals included in the Digital Economy Bill that will grant authorities the power to disconnect file-sharers from the internet.