Apple has reportedly failed in an attempt to prevent a Mexican company from trading under its own name - despite the fact that iFone filed for a trademark four years before the iPhone was trademarked.
AT&T has agreed to hand back $700,000 to customers who were switched to the company's monthly wireless data plans despite promises that they could remain on their existing pay-as-you-go data plans.
A federal judge yesterday threw out Apple's lawsuit against Motorola Mobility, in which it claimed that Motorola was trying to charge too much for patent licenses.
Apple has become the latest company to come under fire over its tax arrangements, after the revelation that it pays only a tiny amount on its massive overseas earnings.
Hardly surprisingly, the British judge who ordered Apple to post a statement on its website about its patent suit against Samsung has declared himself unsatisfied with the result.
Microsoft's being sued for patent infringement over the Live Tile interface in Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
After just six months in the job, Apple's Scott Forstall has got the boot, reportedly for refusing to apologise for the company's disappointing Maps service.
Android jobs are booming, while the number of Apple iOS vacancies has levelled off, the world's largest online jobs survey has revealed.
Paul Ceglia - the man who tried to claim that he owned half of Facebook - was arrested on Friday and charged with mail and wire fraud that could see him spending 20 years behind bars.
Apple is reportedly working on an Internet radio service, and there's a reason people are referring to it as the "Pandora killer."
Very gratifyingly, Apple's done exactly as I suggested last week, and published an 'apology' to Samsung that points out just how uncool the Galaxy Tab is compared with the iPhone.
Wall Street has kissed and made up with Facebook, which has reported strong third quarter revenue, particularly in the mobile arena.
With the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, due to open in British theaters tomorrow, another spy is stealing all the attention in the murky but glamorous world of vacuum cleaners.
Barnes & Noble is playing damage control after a large amount of credit card data appears to have been stolen from dozens of storms.
Online reviews site Yelp is to buy its biggest rival in Europe, Qype, to boost its business abroad.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has reviewed one of the Apple patents that led to a $1.05 billion ruling against Samsung - and decided that it isn't valid after all.
Recently Google has been having a bit of a tiff with the French government.
French politicians claim that Google is making a profit from the content that was created by French companies.
Two iPhone users have filed a class action lawsuit against Apple, claiming that it's violating anti-trust laws by locking the phones to AT&T.
Google's threatening to cut French media from its search results, in response to a proposed law that would require it to pay for articles that appear in results.
Apple's lost its appeal over a UK ruling that Samsung's Galaxy tablet doesn't infringe its registered design for the iPad - a decision that is valid in the whole of Europe.