A prominent Republican has joined the growing ranks of those opposing the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) currently circulating amongst legislators.
Paypal's been accused of ordering the destruction of a valuable violin after a dispute over its authenticity.
Kodak shares have fallen to an all-time low following reports that it may soon be forced to file for bankruptcy protection.
A major British electrical retailer has been accused of manufacturing and selling counterfeit Windows recovery disks.
Google's boosted its growing patent portfolio by buying hundreds more from IBM, which it hopes will help it in its battle to fight off litigation.
The highly-controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) has lost the support of Sony Electronics, Nintendo and Electronic Arts.
The Wikimedia Foundation has raised a record-breaking $20 million from more than one million donors.
Well, now we know how former HP chief executive Mark Hurd tries to chat women up - and it's not that different from a spotty teenage boy's tactics. Allegedly.
M-Edge Accessories, which makes cases for the Kindle, has accused Amazon in a lawsuit of acting like a corporate bully.
Everything's been hit hard with the economy going down, including the book business, but there's been a major saving grace lately: the biography of Steve Jobs.
Millions of computer and television buyers will be eligible for partial refunds, following a settlement by seven LCD manufacturers.
Domain registrar Go Daddy has pulled its support for SOPA, the controversial "Stop Online Piracy Act" currently circulating in Congress.
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.