Gamex 'not a place for political conflict'
Company must be happy with level of demand and will open stores to accommodate, says CEO
Illicit file sharing hotbed Russia Valve's 'second largest continental European market'
Compatibility of smartphones 'a real nightmare', says Appy exec
One-time online activation rule sparks outrage from 'legitimate' customers
Portal publisher can beat piracy and make more money through quality of service, claims Gabe Newell
Google doesn't have the game genes, and Android is swept by piracy, says panel of mobile game developers
Steam IDs published in-game
David Braben on ownership, theft, freedom of speech and the outsiders
Minecraft creator attacks accusations regularly directed toward games piracy
PC gaming still very important 'despite unfortunate incident'
Those suspected to have stolen The Witcher 2 may be fined more than legit costs
Digital distribution release ruled out; DRM solution considered
Czech outfit Amanita offering discount on ‘highly pirated’ game
Developers defended as the controversial DS emulator is banned in Britain
Develop 2010: Console hacks are inevitable, says InstantAction CEO Louis Castle
Illicit filesharing “killed lots of great developers” says Mike Capps
Blitz Games Studios’ co-founder Andrew Oliver says second-hand games can effectively quarter owed royalty pay
Free-to-play MMO Football Superstars gets download boost after users think they’re playing illegally
Develop Jury Service sees the new online DRM tech praised and slammed