The DualSense wireless controllers for the Sony PlayStation 5 are plagued by a defect that causes characters or on-screen action to move—or drift—without user input or operation of the joystick, a proposed class action says.
A proposed class action alleges Google has greatly exaggerated the streaming quality and display resolution of its Stadia cloud gaming service in order to juice subscription numbers prior to the platform’s release.
With the Super Bowl just days away, the National Football League finds itself as the defendant in a proposed class action over allegedly widespread streaming issues that plagued last year’s big game.
A proposed antitrust class action lawsuit filed this week claims Valve Corporation, the entity behind the popular Steam platform, and several major video game developers have suppressed competition among video game sellers.
Readers who’ve bought e-books from the biggest publishers through various online retail outlets have paid “supracompetitive” prices as the result of a price-fixing conspiracy, a proposed class action alleges.
Despite possessing unfettered oversight of its platforms, Apple has done little to stop an “epidemic” of iTunes gift card scams and reaps a hefty profit on purchases made with money bilked from victims, a proposed class action alleges.
A Grammy award-winning jazz composer alleges YouTube’s copyright enforcement system disproportionately protects big studios and record labels while denying less-powerful creators any meaningful opportunity to protect their original works.
Nearly identical lawsuits filed this week in California claim Apple, Inc. and Google LLC have knowingly allowed both adults and children to engage in illegal gambling through mobile games available on the App Store and Google Play.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges certain wireless Xbox One controllers made by Microsoft are defective in that a joystick issue can cause “phantom input” or “stick drift,” which can disrupt gameplay.
Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. and Live Nation Entertainment Co. have joined the ranks of companies facing lawsuits for allegedly refusing to issue refunds after the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the lives of millions of Americans.