For the second time running, this year's season of Game of Thrones was the discerning pirate's programme of choice.
An interesting article on The Guardian today about the His Dark Materials author lashing out against online piracy: "It is theft, as surely as reaching into someone's pocket and taking their wallet is theft." But in the digital age it's become simple for consumers to get the content they want, when they want it, with…
Released yesterday for iOS Deus Ex: The Fall is all about giving the player options, unless that player is attempting to run the game on a jailbroken iPhone or iPad, in which case it removes one of the most important abilities in the game — pulling the trigger.
It's been awhile since I've been to a theater in Japan, but this ad played before every movie. This and reserved seating almost make up for the $18 ticket price.
Game of Thrones' second season topped the charts in a rather odd way last year - it held the title as the most pirated TV show of 2012, with over 4 million people pirating each episode. PBS's Mike Rugnetta asks if these pirates are helping or hindering the global success of HBO's fantasy epic.