The move means in-house development of Star Wars 1313 and Star Wars: First Assault is over, but the games may be completed by third-party developers or by Disney Interactive.
The disclosure by the head of Apple's patent licensing group came in testimony today at the Apple-Samsung patent trial. It's not clear when this particular deal was struck.
RIM's boss has hinted that BlackBerry phones made by the likes of Sony or Samsung could be incoming.
Update: The retailer has the licensing it needs to offer a scan-and-match feature similar to Apple's iCloud.
Research In Motion's boss says the forthcoming operating system could be licensed across non-BlackBerry devices, if RIM should choose to do so.
Canonical has licensed its popular Launchpad hosting software under the AGPLv3. In so doing, has it licensed away its best way to build a scalable software business?
Trial version of Microsoft Office v.X expiring licensed copies?
Finally, you can save on purchasing all those AA batteries every week for your Wii remote. Nintendo has teamed with Sanyo to come up with a custom battery back based on its eneloop technology.
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Eye-Fi just announced a partnership with Lexar to produce wireless memory cards with Lexar memory.