A New Jersey mayor has been arrested for allegedly hacking a website that was calling for him to be recalled.
Republican legislators in New York state want to ban anonymous comments from the Internet.
Jurors have sided with Google in its long-running patent battle with Oracle, saying Android doesn't infringe on Oracle patents.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has reportedly managed to raise at least $1.76 million in Silicon Valley from a number of high-profile individuals, including Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen.
Facebook is being accused of advising some - but not all - underwriters to cut their forecasts for the company in the run-up to its IPO.
An International Trade Commission judge has recommended that US imports of Microsoft's Xbox 360 S console should be halted and products pulled from the shelves.
The European Commission has given Google one last chance to put its house in order and explain how it plans to ease anti-trust concerns.
Nasdaq chief executive Robert Greifeld has apologised for a software glitch that delayed Facebook's IPO on Friday.
Two Greenpeace activists have been arrested after a demonstration outside the company's Cupertino headquarters.
Just days before its IPO, Facebook's had a big blow: General Motors has decided to pull all of its paid advertising, saying it's just not cost-effective.
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Facebook's upped the price for its shares from $28-$35 to $34-$38, potentially valuing the company at above the magic $100 billion mark.
LightSquared has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, after its plans for a national wholesale mobile network were scuppered over concerns about mobile interference.
A new coalition including mobile operators, trade associations and campaign groups has formed to try and stop Verizon Wireless from buying more mobile spectrum.
Yahoo has bowed to shareholder pressure and replaced Scott Thompson as CEO, after he was discovered to have falsified his degree on his resume.
Hold your horses - that billion-dollar Instagram acquisition has to face some hoops before it becomes official.
Looking at child porn on the internet is legal in New York, the Court of Appeals has ruled.
Twitter is standing up for one of its users and challenging a court order to hand over his data.
Moribund social networking service Myspace has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it misled users over the use of their personal information.
Yahoo investor Daniel Loeb is stepping up his campaign to get the company's CEO, Scott Thompson, fired.