Apple has failed in its bid to get Samsung devices banned in the US, with District Court Judge Lucy Koh ruling that the infringing products hadn't caused enough harm to Apple's sales.
Social media analytics service PeopleBrowsr has won a temporary restraining order against Twitter, forcing it to carry on supplying the company with its firehose of data.
Fox has suffered a big setback in its attempts to block Dish Network's ad-skipping digital video recorder, with a judge rejecting a preliminary injunction against the company.
Campaign group Privacy International has launched legal action against the British government for allowing the sale of surveillance technology to repressive regimes.
A US judge has ruled that Motorola won't be able to enforce an injunction preventing Microsoft from selling Windows products in Germany.
Just like in all the best movies, Australians look set to get their Christmas presents after all. The country's High Court has dismissed Apple's appeal in the long-running patent case with Samsung, allowing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to go on sale.
A US district judge has refused to grant Apple an injunction banning Samsung from selling its smartphones and Galaxy Tab tablet in the US.
Apple's succeeded in getting sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 halted across most of Europe, after winning a preliminary injunction in a German court.
File-sharing site LimeWire has finally thrown in the towel and has closed down, following a ruling from a New York judge.
Sony and its pack of highly trained lawyers have won a temporary injunction banning the sale of a controversial Playstation 3 USB jailbreak hack.
An official injunction has forced Pirate Bay to temporarily take its controversial file sharing site offline.
Nokia has sued Apple for allegedly infringing on five "important" patents with its popular iPhone and iPad 3G.