A messy legal situation for the Lovecraft adventure game has become even stranger.
These Fridges Won't Dispense Filtered Water Unless You Pay Extra for 'Official' Filters With RFID Chips
Arbitrary, unnecessary technical obstacles designed entirely to rip you off are the new normal.
The half-used ink cartridge wouldn't print until it was re-enrolled in the "HP Instant Ink" program for $4.99 per month.
The Star Wars galaxy could have desperately used right to repair laws.
If you bought 'Tron: Evolution' but haven't played it yet, the game is currently broken.
The Open Book Project is in the process of designing an open source device that will let you read ebooks without being locked-in with a corporation.
In shutting down its ebook store, Microsoft once again shows how in the modern era, you no longer actually own the things you buy.
An Australian hacker has spent thousands of hours hacking the DRM that medical device manufacturers put on CPAP machines to create a free tool that lets patients modify their treatment.
Brush up on some mostly-accurate US history with a game that came on floppy disks.
Epson is just the latest company to wage covert war on consumer choice.
When Surya Raghavendran dropped his iPhone, he learned to repair it himself. Now he wants to protect that right for everyone in his home state of Michigan.