AT&T may have failed in its bid to take over T-Mobile, but it has at least gained regulatory approval for its purchase of wireless spectrum from Qualcomm.
Facebook's agreed to make several changes to its privacy policies following the publication of a critical report from the Irish Data Protection Commissioner.
It seems as if Microsoft has finally realized that the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is slowly becoming irrelevant.
Google will be the default search engine for Mozilla's Firefox for a further three years, following the extension of the deal between the two.
The International Trade Commission has ruled that Motorola Mobility did not violate six of seven Microsoft smartphone patents in a decision claimed as a victory by both companies.
Two US anti-trust officials have written to the Federal Trade Commission asking for a thorough investigation of Google.
HTC has been ordered to withdraw Android phones from the US market, following a ruling from the International Trade Commission that the company's violating a patent held by Apple.
The UK's biggest service provider, BT, has become the latest company to sue Google claiming patent infringement.
Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has taken a $300 million stake in Twitter through his Kingdom Holding Company investment firm.
A federal judge has unceremoniously dismissed all remaining claims that Sony reneged on its promise to allow Playstation 3 video game consoles to function as full-fledged computers.
Scandals are obviously nothing new for Hollywood, but this one screams hypocrisy louder than a coke-snorting Republican at a family values conference.
An Australian man who was forced a few years ago to pay $150 million for music piracy is now suing some of the world's biggest tech companies for patent infringement.
The shortage of hard drives caused by the recent floods in Thailand is starting to hit other tech vendors hard.
Just like in all the best movies, Australians look set to get their Christmas presents after all. The country's High Court has dismissed Apple's appeal in the long-running patent case with Samsung, allowing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to go on sale.
Apple's lost a trademark dispute in China, meaning it may have to find a new name for the iPad if it wants to continue selling the device in the country.
The European Commission announced this morning that it intends to investigate possible price-fixing by e-book publishers and Apple.
Indian telecommunications minister Kapil Sibal has called on Google, Facebook and other internet companies to censor offensive content.
Carrier IQ is finding itself under even greater scrutiny than its clients' customers, following allegations that its mobile tracking software is invading the privacy of phone users.
Julian Assange has won the latest round in his fight to avoid extradition from the UK to Sweden over sex allegations - though it's probably just a stay of execution.
Research In Motion's country director is under investigation by police after a BlackBerry promotion led to a stampede.