Omar Khan, Samsung's chief technology officer and one of the most vocal figures in the company's mobile strategy, has resigned.
Amazon is allowed to continue using the term "Appstore" for its third-party online outlet for Android apps.
Did you know that white collar criminals sometimes admit their guilt? It happened with a technology company executive recently.
Nokia couldn’t overcome the popularity of smartphones in Japan, so they’ve decided to pull out of the Japanese market.
The public war between Samsung and Apple is getting ugly. And Samsung is taking the aggressiveness to a new level.
After three straight years of losses, Howard Stringer is finally feeling some pain in his own bank account.
Score one for the Department of Justice.
A new report suggests a very out-of-the-ordinary move for Nokia.
Apple is not off to a good start in its trademark case against Amazon.
Apple said today that it has filed a lawsuit in South Korea which accuses Samsung Electronics of copying its products.
Microsoft's acquisition of Skype has been cleared of federal antitrust questions.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved its most radical change ever in how online domain names are assigned.
Research in Motion, the company that makes Blackberry devices, has just scaled back its sales forecasts for the near future.
Apple has launched its annual "Back to School" promotional offer.
A UK woman who admitted to contacting a defendant while she was on the jury of her trial will be imprisoned for eight months.
Google has reportedly paid $400 million for a company you've probably never heard of.
A company called iCloud Communications has filed a lawsuit against Apple...for obvious reasons.
There's a problem with a small number of iPad 2 tablets sold with Verizon connectivity.
Apple has done the unthinkable and reversed a policy that would have forced companies to pay it a lot of money.
Apple plans to roll out its new iCloud music streaming service for free to entice users, but will then charge an annual fee.