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.
An iPhone user has launched a lawsuit against Apple, accusing it of allowing applications to gather personal information without users' consent.
Activision's broadening its lawsuit against two game developers who developed Call of Duty, adding Electronic Arts to its list of targets.
As the Google Street View car trolls roads nationwide, it seems to leave a trail of angry citizens in its wake.
P.J. McIlvaine spends her days selling flowers to stay afloat while trying to make it in the cut-throat world of Hollywood screenwriting.
Facebook is continuing with its campaign to trademark two of the commonest nouns in the English language by turning its sights on a two-person website that highlights stupid Facebook posts.
A disgruntled user is suing Apple, accusing it of deliberately ruining the iPhone 3G's performance through the launch of iOS4, in an attempt to persuade users to upgrade to the iPhone 4.
Google is suing the US Department of the Interior, saying it shouldn't have made up its mind in advance that it wanted a messaging solution based on Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Suite.
The patent battle between Apple and Android vendors is hotting up, with a new lawsuit from Apple alleging that Mororola has infringed its intellectual property with its touch-screen phones, including the Droid line.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has filed a suit against three government agencies, aiming to challenge their assertion that 'back doors' should be incorporated into all communications systems for security reasons.
Security firm Gemalto is suing Google, claiming that its Dalvik virtual machine violates its patents.
Bad news arrives for fans of big Brazilian bottoms.
The only company to offer external MacBook batteries and chargers has been forced to take its products off the market following legal pressure from Apple.
A Toronto police officer is suing YouTube for hosting video of him abusing a G20 protester for blowing bubbles.
Red Bull has pulled out of a plan to help adventurer Felix Baumgartner carry out a record-breaking parachute jump from the stratosphere.
Microsoft has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Motorola, accusing it of using its technology in Android phones.
As expected, the Department of Justice has reached a settlement with six high technology companies – Adobe, Apple, Google, Intel, Intuit and Pixar – barring them from entering into no-solicitation agreements for employees.