Steve Jobs threatened Palm with patent litigation if it didn't agree to stop hiring Apple employees, a court filing alleges.
Steve Mann - the 'human cyborg' with a permanent wearable computer similar to Google Glasses - claims he was assaulted by McDonalds staff in one of its Paris 'restaurants'.
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.
There may not be a great deal of work being done at Yahoo's Sunnyvale headquarters today, as staff frantically update their resumes.
Twitter is buying blogging company Posterous, in a deal that seems targeted at the company's engineers, rather than its product, and could see Posterous Spaces closed down.
A lucky graffiti artist is set to become a millionaire when Facebook goes public this spring.
In the wake of the Wikileaks scandal, the White House is telling agencies to launch programs to ferret out disgruntled staffers who might be tempted to follow Bradley Manning's lead. And it's got some pretty broad criteria.
Google's giving a ten percent raise to every one of its 23,000 employees, along with a $1,000 bonus.
The DoD's National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have announced that they plan to share information and work jointly on cyber security.
With the Justice Department investigating the affair, some of the US' largest tech companies are said to be close to settling allegations that they conspired to keep wages artificially low.