Electronic Arts is suing Zynga, claiming that Zynga's The Ville violates its copyright.
Aereo, which has been streaming a broadcast TV to New York subscribers, has had a victory in court, with a judge refusing to grant a preliminary injunction shutting the service down.
An Illinois woman is launching a class action lawsuit against LinkedIn over the recent security breach which saw millions of passwords stolen.
Google is threatening to sue a major site that allows users to rip YouTube videos and record them as MP3 files.
The British High Court is to force Facebook to hand over the IP addresses of dozens of internet trolls who falsely accused a woman of being a pedophile.
Oracle's intellectual property lawsuit against Google has finally fallen apart completely with a ruling from the judge in the case, William Alsup, that APIs can't be copyrighted.
Google's in trouble again over whether its Autocomplete feature is libelous - and this time complaints of anti-semitism are in the air.
You might find it interesting to discover just how closely you're linked to Olympic athletes Mark Spitz and Janet Evans - but they're not so keen to get closer to you.
Apple's defending its '4G' branding of the iPad in Australia, saying it's technically correct.
Apple, Google and Intel are among seven technology companies to face an antitrust lawsuit over allegations that they conspired not to poach one another's staff.
A group of American parents has received permission from a judge to sue Apple over their children's in-app purchases.
The trial, in San Francisco federal court, is due to start this afternoon or tomorrow, after a deadline passed on Friday for the companies to reach a settlement.
The Department of Justice is expected to file an anti-trust lawsuit against Apple today, citing concerns of e-book price fixing.
In an attempt to get rid of the flood of spam across Twitter, the company's filed a lawsuit agaisnt several companies it says are some of the worst offenders.
Following Yahoo's lawsuit against Facebook last month, Facebook's gone on the counter-attack.
An Australian court has ruled for the first time that Google's responsible for advertisers' content.
Google's Autocomplete function is continuing to get it into trouble, with a Japanese man becoming the latest to sue over the suggestions it throws out for his name.
AT&T's been accused of cheating the government by letting fraudsters take advantage of a subsidized phone service intended for deaf people.
Well, they must have thought, why not? Everybody else is suing left right and center, why shouldn't we?
A New York man is suing Apple, claiming the Siri voice assistant is pretty much useless - despite ads which presented it as the answer to all ills.