Get ready to be upsold next time you walk into an Apple Store.
Are Google and Samsung the new evil queens of denial?
Apple's wasted no time in listing the eight Samsung products it wants to see banned at a September 20 court hearing.
Undaunted by its languishing share price, Facebook has announced plans for a huge expansion of its Menlo park headquarters, to be designed by award-winning architect Frank Gehry.
Samsung shares lost more than $10 billion in market value, following a US jury's finding that the company illegally copied Apple products.
This is going to be a lengthy deliberation process.
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a lawsuit against Dish Network for violating 'do not call' regulations.
As a US jury prepares to deliver its verdict in the high-profile patent case between Apple and Samsung, a South Korean court has determined that they've both been copying each other's products.
The Apple versus Samsung patent trial is now in the hands of the jury (heaven help them all) and tech reporters are waiting with bated breath for the outcome.
For a significant amount of its customer base, Microsoft is unveiling a new logo for the first time in their lifetime.
Sony's announced plans to cut 1,000 jobs from its handset division, Sony Mobile - one in seven of its workforce.
Steve Jobs promised Wayne Goodrich that he would always have a job.
Working conditions at Apple's notorious Foxconn supplier have been greatly improved, says the Fair Labor Association - although some disagree.
A number of industry heavyweights are currently designing Android-based cameras, including Nikon Polaroid and Samsung. Unsurprisingly, it seems as if Apple may be interested in bringing its own camera to market as well.
Closing arguments are today.
Apple's become the most valuable company of all time, after its shares rose 2.6 percent yesterday to reach $665.15.
Apple is showing a rare case of humility.
Motorola Mobility, now owned by Google, has filed new patent claims against Apple. They include the assertion that Apple's voice assistant, Siri, is based on Motorola technology.
The legal system is getting quite the run for its money with this Samsung-Apple lawsuit.
It's hard to predict what's going to happen in the Apple versus Samsung court case. It's hard to say what's already happened.