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.
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.
Microsoft has been forced to apologize for a software programmers' convention in Norway that featured scantily-clad dancing girls and obscene songs.
The Google engineer who yesterday made the mistake of posting criticism of Google+ publicly has withdrawn what he calls a 'long opinionated rant'.
It's not been a good week for Netflix, despite the successful launch of its streaming video service in Canada.
Facebook's revealed more details of last night's 2.5-hour outage, calling it the worst it's ever had in over four years.
AT&T has issued an official apology to 114,000 iPad users whose e-mail addresses were inadvertently leaked by the carrier.
A red-faced AT&T has been forced to apologize for threatening an irate customer with an official "cease and desist" order.
Google's made some swift changes to its social networking application Buzz, in an attempt to allay privacy concerns.