In court filing, Oculus says ZeniMax "suddenly began asserting supposed ownership rights" over VR technology only after Facebook announced $2B Oculus buyout.
As devices running Android Wear emerge, the big debate at Google I/O was the choice between a practical square or a more natural round design.
ZeniMax, the previous employer of Oculus CTO John Carmack, is claiming the virtual reality headset maker -- now owned by Facebook -- illegally borrowed proprietary tech for the Rift.
The move puts Microsoft one step closer to an investment in Yahoo, though the software giant would most likely bid alongside other suitors.
Videos of the software, guarded by an NDA, have proliferated around the Web, showing off features Apple didn't during its keynote event.
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Intel's future Haswell chip was a hot topic this week -- behind closed doors in Asia, that is.
Despite Apple's commitment to secrecy, developers have been leaking iOS screenshots to news outlets like The Verge and BGR in the wake of the company's WWDC keynote announcements.
The technology gives users choice in how secure they want their systems, but most people will stick with the more safe default mode that runs only trusted code.
The online giant reportedly has several offers on the table, but its demands and concerns are starting to weigh heavily on negotiations.