ZeniMax might try to stop Oculus Rift sales until Oculus alters code - TechnoBuffalo

Yesterday, a jury ruled that Oculus owes ZeniMax $500 million after finding founder Palmer Luckey broke a non-disclosure agreement. Now, word has it that ZeniMax might seek an injunction. A ZeniMax spokesperson told Polygon that they're considering ...

Why the ZeniMax trial could be the making of Facebook's Oculus - Wired.co.uk

ZeniMax beat Oculus in court but will it help or hinder Facebook's plan for VR domination? By Matt Burgess. 27 Feb 2017. By Matt Burgess. Monday 27 February 2017. Getty Images / Kevork Djansezian. Facebook has been punished this week for ...

Facebook loses Oculus Rift VR court case - gets stung for $500 million - Mirror.co.uk

The jury found in favour of ZeniMax, a games developer that claimed Oculus (which was acquired by Facebook in 2014) used some of its computer code whilst developing the headset. The social network was ordered to pay $500 million (£395 million) at the ...

Oculus Ordered To Pay ZeniMax $500 Million In VR Lawsuit: Will Oculus Rift Sales Be Stopped? - Tech Times

The jury has awarded ZeniMax $500 million as a result of the lawsuit that it filed against Facebook-owned Oculus VR. While Oculus will lodge an appeal, ZeniMax could seek an injunction to halt sales of the Oculus Rift. ( Oculus ). Advertisement. The ...