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  • Federal judge throws out case against NFL over Ravens logo

    Federal judge throws out case against NFL over Ravens logo
    A federal judge last week threw out a Baltimore security guard's copyright infringement case against National Football League Properties, saying there was no evidence the NFL had licensed the use of the Ravens logo he'd designed to a software company.
  • Logo artist files copyright lawsuits against Ravens, NFL

    Logo artist files copyright lawsuits against Ravens, NFL
    All Frederick E. Bouchat says he wanted years ago was recognition for his idea for the Ravens team logo. Since the South Baltimore resident first sketched a flying raven clutching a shield with a "B" and faxed it to the Maryland Stadium Authority 16...

    Computer games lure the fairer sex

    Computer and video game makers have a new customer on their holiday list this year: people like Jennifer Vandersteen. The 29-year-old student at the University of Texas, San Antonio, began playing "Ms. Pac-Man" at age six. Now, she logs as many as 40...

    More women get jobs in video-game industry, but gender gap persists

    More women get jobs in video-game industry, but gender gap persists
    With computer clicks and keystrokes, Carmela DeNero can put the spiral into a Peyton Manning pass, the speed into Adrian Peterson's touchdown run and the roar into a stadium crowd. An associate producer with EA Sports' Maitland studio, she is working on...

    Electronic Arts launches video game subscription service for Xbox One

    Electronic Arts launches video game subscription service for Xbox One
    Electronic Arts Inc. announced a new subscription service Tuesday that would allow players to download some of its biggest titles for a $4.99-per-month membership. The company said the service, dubbed, EA Access, is currently in beta testing with just a...