A Sony-led consortium is set to get the green light from European regulators for its takeover of EMI's music publishing business.
Google CEO Larry Page has told a jury his company 'did nothing wrong' by using Java software, acquired by Oracle when it took over Sun Microsystems, in its Android products.
In another world, we might be talking about an Oracle-branded smartphone.
Twitter's seized the moral high ground by giving control of its patents to its staff, and promising never to become a patent troll.
It's being reported that Twitter also had eyes on the social platform that was recently acquired for $1 billion.
The man at the top of Apple is reportedly meeting with people at game company Valve.
Best Buy has announced which of retail stores will be shutting its doors.
The trial, in San Francisco federal court, is due to start this afternoon or tomorrow, after a deadline passed on Friday for the companies to reach a settlement.
Google's had its knuckles rapped by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for being too slow to cooperate with an investigation into Street View's unlawful collection of data.
Google's announced plans to issue a new class of shares in a move that cements its co-founders' control over the company.
How important is truth in advertising? Here's a lawsuit that will get to the root of that question.
There's a new video that claims to show exactly what goes on at the elusive overseas manufacturing plant.
A US judge has ruled that Motorola won't be able to enforce an injunction preventing Microsoft from selling Windows products in Germany.
The US government has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple and a number of publishers - including Hachette SA, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin and Simon & Schuster - for allegedly colluding over e-book pricing.
The Department of Justice is expected to file an anti-trust lawsuit against Apple today, citing concerns of e-book price fixing.
Google search advertising costs around 80 cents a click - but brings in $10 per click, say researchers.
Facebook has announced that it is acquiring Instagram for a cool $1 billion in cash and shares.
A former Intel engineer has admitted to stealing information from the chip manufacturer to advance his career at AMD.
In an attempt to get rid of the flood of spam across Twitter, the company's filed a lawsuit agaisnt several companies it says are some of the worst offenders.
You'll soon be able to watch hundreds of new movies from Youtube, but they won't be free.