The insurance company of an HP customer has sued the hardware market for $990,000 in damages and lost profits.
The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) issued figures
showing that August wasn't quite as buoyant as it might have desired.
The earthquake that affected Corning's substrate glass factory in Japan
hasn't affected output as badly as expected, the company said today.
A heavyweight in the shape of the head of the US Copyright Office told
Congress that a proposed settlement between Google and publishers
caused her serious concerns.
Consumer electronics giant Sony can surely afford to hire the sharpest brains around. How, then, do we explain the sheer Jeffdamned awfulness of its new online marketing campaign?
Boxing champion Amir Khan and his promoter Frank Warren are threatening Facebook with legal action, alleging that the site contains defamatory and racist material about Khan.
i4i has challenged Microsoft's claims over a disputed custom XML patent by filing a responding brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. As TG Daily previously reported, the court recently accepted Microsoft's request to postpone a controversial injunction that would have barred sales of its popular Word application.
After years of accusations from Microsoft that Linux violates its patents, open source group Open Invention Network (OIN) is buying a set of patents which used to belong to the company.
The Russian anti-monopoly watchdog, FAS, says it has found no violation of antitrust law in Microsoft's cutbacks in shipments of Windows XP.
A US district court has ordered Dish Network Corp and sister company EchoStar to pay TiVo $200 million in damages for violating a permanent injunction banning the unauthorized use of the latter's "time warp" technology.
Google has agreed to let European publishers get a say in its controversial digital books agreement, as it faces an EU hearing today on the deal.
A company owned by Abu Dhabi is to buy Singapore foundry Chartered Semiconductor for $1.8 billion.
A case started in a Washington district court suing Microsoft over its Windows XP Genuine Advantage program.
The US Court of Appeals has accepted Microsoft's request to postpone a controversial injunction that would have barred sales of its popular Word application. The injunction - imposed by a Texas-based district court in August - was ordered after Microsoft was found to have infringed on a custom XML patent owned by i4i.
The European Union has announced plans to review Oracle's pending acquisition of Sun Microsystems. An EU official explained that regulators would "carefully" examine the potential effects such a deal would have on the "highly concentrated" database market.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini reckons he can see light at the end of the tunnel for the IT industry.
US science fiction and fantasy writers have joined forces with Microsoft and Amazon in an unlikely coalition of librarians, legal scholars, authors, publishers, and technology companies dedicated to countering the evil empire of Google's Book Settlement.
Two bloggers from Azerbaijan are facing up to seven years in jail after posting a spoof video of a donkey holding a press conference on YouTube.
A Sony factory that assembles and ships Bravia LCD TVs to North America
has been snapped up by Taiwanese megamanufacturer Hon Hai.
In their indefatigable attempt to take your money off you, crooks have
started to send emails purportedly from ISPs, to lure you into parting
with your credit card details.