HP accuses Autonomy of lying about its performance

When HP took over Autonomy last year, the $11.1 billion price tag seemed high; but it was reasonable, said HP, given Autonomy's marvellous performance.

Intel CEO Otellini to take early retirement

Intel CEO Paul Otellini has unexpectedly announced that he intends to retire, three years before the mandatory age.

Color Labs founder accused of intimidation

Well, we now know that Apple bought photo and video sharing company Color Labs last month - because Color Labs engineer Adam Witherspoon is suing both Color and its CEO Bill Nguyen, citing all sorts of ill-treatment.

Cisco splashes out in big cloud computing push

Cisco is to buy cloud computing company Meraki in a deal worth $1.2 billion.

Consumer Watchdog fails to increase Google fine

Google is facing the biggest fine ever imposed by the Federal Communications Commission, a massive $22.5 million.

Living with the Dell/Current Motor’s SuperScooter

What would the world be like if PC companies designed and manufactured vehicles?

Microsoft sued over Surface storage

A California lawyer is suing Microsoft, claiming that the Surface tablet he bought has only half the advertised amount of storage.

Is Apple is the most innovative?

Analysts at ABI Research have given Apple an 84.7 (average) out of a possible 100 on the innovation and implementation scale.

Windows head Steven Sinofsky makes sudden departure

Steven Sinofsky, president of Microsoft's Windows division and widely tipped as a future CEO, has left the company just three weeks after the launch of his division's flagship product, Windows 8.

Google to pay out $255,000 in defamation damages

An Australian man has won a defamation case against Google because its search results associated him with a criminal.

Apple pays out for copied clock design

When you've come up with an iconic design that's instantly recognizable but easily copied, you have every right to keep it for yourself.

Apple reaches patent accord with HTC

Apple has abandoned one front in its long-running war against Android vendors by settling its patent dispute with Taiwan's HTC.

Foxconn 'mulling US factories'

Apple supplier Foxconn is reportedly considering opening factories in the US, opening up the opportunity for Americans to work every waking moment for peanuts, riot, and then hurl themselves from the top of a building.

Fox denied injunction against Dish ad-skipping service

Fox has suffered a big setback in its attempts to block Dish Network's ad-skipping digital video recorder, with a judge rejecting a preliminary injunction against the company.

Apple loses trademark battle with Mexico's iFone

Apple has reportedly failed in an attempt to prevent a Mexican company  from trading under its own name - despite the fact that iFone filed for a trademark four years before the iPhone was trademarked.

AT&T ordered to refund 'grandfathered' customers

AT&T has agreed to hand back $700,000 to customers who were switched to the company's monthly wireless data plans despite promises that they could remain on their existing pay-as-you-go data plans.

Court throws out Apple patent case against Motorola

A federal judge yesterday threw out Apple's lawsuit against Motorola Mobility, in which it claimed that Motorola was trying to charge too much for patent licenses.

Apple slated for tiny overseas tax payments

Apple has become the latest company to come under fire over its tax arrangements, after the revelation that it pays only a tiny amount on its massive overseas earnings.

Judge orders Apple to rewrite 'apology'

Hardly surprisingly, the British judge who ordered Apple to post a statement on its website about its patent suit against Samsung has declared himself unsatisfied with the result.

Microsoft sued over Windows 8 Live Tiles

Microsoft's being sued for patent infringement over the Live Tile interface in Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.