Apparently Apple doesn't always win when it comes to intellectual property law.
Microsoft is calling on Congress to pump more into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education because of a looming shortage of tech workers.
Research in Motion has surprised analysts with better-than-expected BlackBerry sales and a smaller quarterly loss than predicted.
How to protect your rep and cred on the web? That was the question that arrived in an email a couple of weeks ago.
Amazon thinks Apple's lawsuit over the name "app store" should just be dismissed already.
Talk about kicking a man while he's down.
The president of Google Brazil has been arrested over a YouTube video that criticizes a mayoral candidate, breaking local electoral law.
Even paranoids have enemies - and it seems that Julian Assange may have strong grounds after all for believing he'll be mistreated or even killed if he's extradited to the US.
Seven rent-to-own companies and a software developer have settled federal charges that they spied on customers, including watching them having sex.
In the latest bizarre twist in the legal case against Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, New Zealand prime minister John Key has ordered an investigation into the country's spying agency.
Apple supplier Foxconn has been forced to shut down its Taiyuan factory in China after a riot involving 2,000 workers broke out late last night.
Kickstarter has bolstered its new hardware and product design project guidelines in an effort to prevent scams and temper unrealistic expectations.
Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard have - entirely legally - avoided billions of dollars in taxes over the last three years, according to a US Senate Committee.
YouTube is extending its block on the trailer for the anti-Islam film The Innocence of Muslims to more countries, as international outrage increases.
The Galaxy Tab ban will remain in effect.
Google is squaring up to Instagram with the acquisition of San Diego-based Nik Software, maker of the Snapseed photo-editing software.
Comparing the iPhone and Windows 8 may seem somewhat odd. Nevertheless, it aptly showcases the vastly different strategies employed by Microsoft and Apple when it comes to promoting a flagship product.
In an effort to better compete against its rivals, Box has upgraded the speed at which users can upload content to the cloud.
A Google spokesperson has confirmed that a controversial video clip about the Islamic prophet Muhammad will remain on YouTube - despite a White House request for Mountain View to "review" the clip.
"You get a Windows 8 Phone, you get a Surface tablet...everybody gets a Microsoft device!"