A judge in the US will seemingly not rule in Apple's favor when it comes to the company's request to ban Samsung smartphones and tablets.
Australia has made the injunction against Samsung Galaxy Tab sales official, meaning they will not be available in stores for the holiday season.
The FCC has chosen Best Buy as its partner in a new attempt to bring computer literacy and training to Americas across the country.
There's a new chapter in the legal battle between Samsung and Apple. Advantage Samsung.
Two of the biggest American corporations have joined forces to bring local, relevant information to the nearly nine million Walmart Facebook fans.
The leading online video streaming service has killed a product that should have never been born.
The ugly and growing spat between Apple and Samsung is becoming somewhat like a digital World War.
The US Patent and Trademark office will not be granting Apple the exclusive rights to the term "multi-touch."
On the heels of winning its patent case against the Galaxy Tab in Australia, Apple is now going after local retailers who still want to sell the Samsung device.
Your favorite Fox TV shows along with a wide library of 20th Century Fox feature films are coming to Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Analyst group Gartner says the iPad will be the #1 tablet through 2014 but isn't clear what platform will take its place.
We may be looking at the final days of Leo Apotheker as the CEO of fledgling company HP.
It looks like Microsoft is about to rake in a lot of money from Casio as the two have just signed a deal for Casio to pay licensing fees over the use of Linux in upcoming products.
The nasty patent war between Samsung and Apple looks to be entering a new chapter.
Apparently Stevie Wonder is a MacHead at heart. During a recent performance, Wonder took a moment to sing the praises of Apple and its founder Steve Jobs.
Virgin America, which by any estimation was already the neatest commercial US carrier, is going even more high-tech.
Walmart has just increased its presence in the world of mobile and social advertising.
Well, it may not pay the millions of dollars they sought in their Facebook lawsuit, but the Winklevoss twins have landed a new job.
AT&T is putting a new argument on the table to dissuade federal authorities that its T-Mobile purchase won't make it a monopolistic company.
Chad Hurley and Steve Chen are diving into their next big project on the Internet.