Datel Design & Development, the manufacturer of Max Memory cards for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 console, has filed a complaint against Microsoft, accusing it of violating antitrust law. The company isn’t happy that Microsoft released a software update earlier this month that stops gamers from storing data on unlicensed memory cards. Datel Design and Development is seeking unspecified damages, and you can check out the (PDF) documents online.
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