Japan rules Samsung didn't infringe Apple patent

  The latest country to rule on whether Samsung's been infringing an Apple patent, Japan, has decided that it didn't.

Pirate Bay faces UK blockade

The Pirate Bay could be blocked in the UK following a court ruling that it illegally encourages users to infringe music copyright.

Size really matters, says Apple

You can never be too rich or too thin - and Apple, already top of the tree when it comes to money, is now officially the thinnest too.

European stem-cell research under threat

Leading medical scientists say they are appalled by a ruling from a French judge that they say threatens the development of embryonic stem cell-based therapies.

Windows 7 was Alice's idea

You know those ads where some vacant kid declares that Windows 7 was his idea? Well, they have them in the UK, too.

Think you own that software package? You don't

A ruling by a federal appeals court could mean a ban on sales of second-hand software - and even of second-hand books and music.

Rambus wins latest round in Nvidia patent dispute

Rambus has overcome the latest hurdle in its patent suit against Nvidia, gaining an exclusion order on imports based on three of its patents.

Employers can read staff text messages, court rules

Bosses have the right to check an employee's text messages, the Supreme Court has ruled, if they think work rules are being broken.

Science writer wins key legal battle

We can all breathe a little easier, here on TG Daily - we can now write what we think with a little less fear of being chucked in a British slammer.