Apparently, Samsung has allegedly used information from its own legal team that had highly confidential information relating to Apple's licensing agreements with Nokia, Ericsson, Sharp and Philips.
Google hit the market led by a bunch of kids fresh out of school who were more than eager to prove why their way was better.
RIM is extending the deadline for its Built for BlackBerry program, citing an overwhelming number of applications.
Apple has abandoned one front in its long-running war against Android vendors by settling its patent dispute with Taiwan's HTC.
A federal judge yesterday threw out Apple's lawsuit against Motorola Mobility, in which it claimed that Motorola was trying to charge too much for patent licenses.
From this fall, the pre-installed YouTube app will disappear from Apple's operating system, with the launch of iOS 6.
ARM and LG have clinched a new licensing agreement that will offer the latter company access to the Cortex-A15 MPCore, Cortex-A9 MPCore, Mali T604 GPU and CoreLink interconnect.
In April, Grooveshark was ousted from the Android Market for violating Google’s terms and condition. Now Grooveshark is firing back with a letter addressed to the music industry and in particular, Google and Apple.
Spotify AB will be cutting back on its free music-streaming service in an attempt to boost the number of paying subscribers and to prepare for its expansion into the United States.
Google has responded to a claim that Android Market apps can be easily hacked, patched and stripped of their licensing protection.
Microsoft has laid claim to aspects of Google's Android operating system, signing a patent deal with cellphone maker HTC.
Amazon has agreed a cross-licensing deal with Microsoft over its Kindle e-reader and use of Linux-based servers.