The California Science Center Foundation has settled a legal dispute with a creationist organization over its decision not to screen a documentary promoting intelligent design.
You'd probably be a bit twitchy about privacy too if you lived right next door to North Korea - and 27,000 South Koreans have launched a class-action lawsuit against Apple over alleged location tracking.
Apple, along with a number of book publishers, has been accused of illegally fixing prices, forcing Amazon to scrap discount programs.
Facebook's in a trademark battle with Shagbook, a self-styled 'adult dating site' (as opposed to a children's dating site, presumably) in the UK.
The Winklevoss twins have again failed to convince a judge that, actually, they should have owned a good chunk of Facebook.
An obscure Louisiana company is having a pop at Google, Microsoft and AOL for allegedly infringing its 3D mapping patent.
The Motion Picture Association is attempting to force the UK's biggest internet service provider to block access to a pirate website.
The Winklevoss twins have given up on their attempt to get more money out of Facebook, and are to accept their earlier settlement of $65 million.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has told a New York court that he never even discussed Facebook with Paul Ceglia, the man claiming a huge stake in the company, let alone signed a contract relating to it.
Lodsys has delivered on its threat to sue iOS developers it believes is violating its patents, and has filed suit against seven companies.
Chinese spiritual group Falun Gong has accused Cisco of designing a surveillance system for the Chinese government.
Another day, another Facebook lawsuit: now, the father of a New York teenager is suing the social networking site over its use of endorsements from children in Social Ads.
Time Warner and Viacom have upped the stakes in their battle over whether Viacom's programming should be available on the iPad.
A US lawyer is suing Facebook for more than $1 million after, he says, it put his life in danger after being too slow to remove a radical Palestinian page.
Steve Jobs looks set to face up to two hours' questioning over an anti-trust suit related to its iPod music players and the iTunes store.
Amazon's opened its Android Appstore mobile software development program - but its not just the birds that are angry. Apple's reported to have decided that the name is just too similar to its own App Store and issued a formal trademark complaint.
Billy-Goats Gruff Microsoft and Google have joined forces to defeat so-called patent troll GeoTag, which has sued hundreds of companies for allegedly infringing its patent.
Apple may face a legal fight over its plans to introduce a newspaper subscription service through its App Store which would see it raking off 30 percent of revenues.
The notoriously litigious Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has for the first time filed a copyright suit against Hotfile - the first time it's gone after a digital locker service.
The Federal Communications Commission has asked the Court of Appeals to throw out lawsuits brought by Verizon and MetroPCS.