It’s only been three months since a federal court ruled that Palmer Luckey, the founder of Facebook-owned Oculus, had violated a nondisclosure agreement he’d signed with id Software parent ZeniMax, forcing Facebook to pony up $500 million in restitution. Now, ZeniMax is going after Samsung, claiming that the Korean tech giant’s Gear VR mobile virtual reality headset, which is powered by Oculus software, is also based on technology governed by NDAs.
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