A New Zealand judge has ruled that the search warrants against Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom were invalid, and that data shouldn't have been handed to the FBI.
Apple's succeeded in persuading a US judge to ban imports and sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.21 tablet, in the latest stage of the long-running patent dispute between the two companies.
If you're on a Mac, Orbitz is willing to bet that you'll spend more money when you travel.
As expected, Microsoft's announced that it's buying business social networking site Yammer, for $1.2 billion in cash.
One of the most publicized technology lawsuits of the 2010s will end without a bang.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is reportedly mulling over the possibility of splitting its struggling business into two distinct entities.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is calling for the US to abandon its attempt to extradite British student Richard O'Dwyer over alleged copyright offenses.
A lawsuit has led to Facebook changing one of its most effective advertising tools.
The Texas attorney general is accusing Google of unreasonably withholding thousands of documents in an anti-trust investigation into its search policies.
The new Microsoft Surface Tablets are pretty sweet indeed. However, I highly doubt most of the industry understands how the tablet's Optical Display will actually change the market.
This doesn't look good for Motorola in any way shape or form.
Apple's been fined US$2.29 million for misleading Australian customers over the 4G capability of the iPad.
With an asking price of over $500 million, there were never going to be many potential purchasers for the Hawaiian island of Lana'i. But Larry Ellison, co-founder and CEO of Oracle, has now snapped it up - or almost all of it, at least.
An Illinois woman is launching a class action lawsuit against LinkedIn over the recent security breach which saw millions of passwords stolen.
After weeks of rumors, Facebook has acquired Israeli facial recognition company Face.com, in a move aimed at bolstering the company's mobile capabilities.
Google's released data on the governments aiming to censor internet content, and says it's seen a worrying rise in the number of such requests from Western democracies.
Facebook's agreed to pay $10 million to charity as part of a settlement over its Sponsored Stories sidebar.
Microsoft's reported to be on the point of buying business social site Yammer for more than $1 billion.
The Department of Justice is launching an investigation into whether cable companies are deliberately manipulating their data caps to inhibit competition from online video.
Nokia's slashing 10,000 jobs and closing production and research sites, in an effort to staunch its losses.