TechBytes: Supreme Court Ruling on Violent Video Games

The Supreme Court rules that restricting violent game sales is unconstitutional.
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In today's TechBytes: a major victory for video game manufacturers. The Supreme Court has overturned a California law that restricted sales of violent video games to minors.

The justices said it was a free speech issue.

The Supreme Court will soon take up another tech issue: whether it's constitutional to track suspects via GPS without a warrant.

UFC Personal Trainer

In today's video game review: UFC Personal Trainer features a wide assortment of mixed martial arts exercises, which makes it different from other fitness games on the market.

Sports Illustrated's Paul Ulane gives the system high marks. "I thought that it beat me up a little and it was a great workout title. You're definitely going to get your heart rate going. You're going to sweat it out and you will remain in shape if you stick to the programs that these professional fighters are putting you through."

UFC Personal Trainer hits stores today and is available for all major gaming systems.

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