Google's refusing to accede to a request to put its planned privacy changes on hold while the EU investigates their legality.
Yahoo's reportedly threatening to take legal action unless Facebook starts paying patent licensing fees for several different technologies.
China's Proview has ramped up its battle with Apple over the iPad trademark, saying it's now seeking global rights to the name.
Chinese firm Proview, which claims it owns the iPad name in the country, has taken its case to the US by filing a suit in a California court.
Honda has issued a sweeping recall of its Odyssey minivans that have model years 2008 or 2009, after an issue was discovered with the rear hatch.
Comcast is planning on entering the streaming video market.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has been granted bail in New Zealand, after a judge overturned two previous rulings and concluded that he wasn't a flight risk.
The Pirate Bay could be blocked in the UK following a court ruling that it illegally encourages users to infringe music copyright.
In an effort to backpeddle from its previous stance of going to a streaming-only format, Netflix is augmenting the way it offers DVD-only plans.
Daily deals site Groupon has acquired a company called Hyperpublic, a startup that specializes in location-based technology.
Just a few days after it was rumored that Samsung was planning on spinning off its LCD display business, the company has decided to do just that.
Well, it's taken a long time, so let's hope it's worth it: Apple's reached agreement in a class-action lawsuit over the poor performance of the iPhone 4's antenna.
Three US lawmakers have written to the Federal Trade Commission querying whether Google's been violating a consent agreement that it reached with the FTC last year.
In a world that is usually full of glitz and glamor, Facebook has its failures as well.
Apple's won a patent ruling against Motorola relating to the 'slide-to-unlock' smartphone feature.
Samsung likes to consider itself the king of smart TV right now, so it has the most to lose if Apple redefines that growing market segment.
Last week Tesla unveiled its third all-electric vehicle. Dubbed Model X, the coolest part of the SUV's design, at least in my opinion, is the slick gull-wing doors on the rear of the vehicle.
Cisco's appealed to the EU against its approval of Microsoft's takeover of Skype, saying it's worried the deal will damage the video calling market.
Generally, when we write about cars on TG Daily, we're discussing real vehicles that are likely to come to market at some point in the near future.
Samsung, the world's leading manufacturer in flat-panel displays, is looking to shake up the LCD segment of its operations.