China's Proview is reportedly trying to block shipments of Apple iPads in and out of the country as part of its trademark dispute.
The European Commission and US Department of Justice have cleared Google's purchase of Motorola.
When it comes to electric vehicles (EVs), one of the claims that has long been debated is the alleged savings in greenhouse gas emissions.
Even though Amazon's Prime Instant Video Service has enough legs to stand up against Netflix, the company has no plans to separate it as an individual service.
Well, it was always a rather ambitious patent claim, and Eolas's attempt to, in essence, patent the interactive web has failed.
The FBI has released its files on Apple boss Steve Jobs, revealing how questions were raised about his honesty and integrity.
Microsoft is promising that it will negotiate to license patents, rather than resorting to the courts - in a barely-disguised stab at Google, which made its own patent promises yesterday too.
When it comes to online video streaming, Amazon is still trying to remind everyone that it's in the race too.
Running out of patience, an Indian court has given Google, Facebook and other internet companies just 15 more days to remove 'objectionable' content - although the companies say they've already done all they can.
Micron has announced the appointment of a new CEO, after the sudden death of Steve Appleton in a plane crash on Friday.
GM and Nissan have published their respective January (2012) sales figures for the green Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.
News Corp, which ate massive amounts of crow after its tabloid publications were accused of unlawful hacking, is now facing a new allegation.
A lucky graffiti artist is set to become a millionaire when Facebook goes public this spring.
US law enforcement officials have kicked off a crackdown against unauthorized sports streaming sites by seizing a number of domains ahead of Super Bowl weekend.
Facebook has, as expected, announced its plans for a public offering in what's expected to be the biggest-ever sale of internet company shares.
Sweden's Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal by the founders of The Pirate Bay, meaning their jail sentences and fines are now final.
It is the end of the line for Pirate Bay founders Peter Sunde Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm, and Carl Lundstrom.
Whenever a company has some sort of privacy snafu, it's a great opportunity...for that company's competitors.
Megaupload users whose data is in limbo are to get help retrieving it from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.