The legal dispute between Viacom and Cablevision has been resolved, and the big winner is the end user.
One of the largest newspaper publishing companies in the world is taking the strategy of "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" to a whole new level.
The lead singer of the band Maroon 5 is suing Activision for abusing the ability to use his likeness in the game Band Hero.
It appears the Zuckerberg entrepreneurial spirit will live on in another Zuckerberg.
The Amazon Appstore is currently off limits to mobile developers in Germany.
Andrew Auernheimer is accused of hacking AT&T and stealing data belonging to 120,000 Apple iPad users. After allegedly tangling with the two corporate giants, he’s looking to cut a deal.
A heavyweight for the political Tea Party movement in the south has most likely just crippled his potential political future.
HTC and Apple are writing a public saga worthy of Tolkien. Even though HTC has made it known that they are receptive to making a deal with Apple, they are still planning on escalating their legal battle with them.
Garmin, a leader in GPS device manufacturing, has just purchased a navigation software specialist called Navigon.
HTC has changed their stance in their patent war against Apple. It seems that HTC now wants to avoid a drawn out court battle with the litigious industry giant.
The latest step in trying to save the sinking ship that is Blackberry maker Research in Motion is quite a drastic one.
The developer and publisher of Angry Birds now have a reason to be angry themselves, as a technology company called Lodsys is suing them.
An ex-employee of the Web content company Akamai will plead guilty to charges of foreign economic espionage.
Apple may be considering a bid to purchase online video streaming company Hulu.
After being called "a**holes," the Winklevoss twins have written an amazingly long response to the president of Harvard.
Apple may soon get approval from New York's public transit division to build a retail store in Grand Central terminal.
The Winklevoss brothers may look like they have it all, but they didn't really score any favors with the head of their university.
Apple CEO and cancer survivor Steve Jobs is not keen on discussing speculation about who will replace him when the inevitable happens.
Apple may be a corporate mega giant who is creating a cult of personality, but even they aren’t immune to South Korean law.
Jon Rubenstein, the former CEO of Palm who joined HP in last year's acquisition, has been reassigned.