The U.S. Supreme Court struck a blow at software patents, but many feel the court did not go far enough.
The tech giants (finally) bury the hatchet and join forces on patent reform.
Oracle is suing Google to protect its business, but the copyright suit over Java has bigger consequences on the line.
After negotiations failed, the tech companies are taking their right to disclose more information to court.
Citing its “900,000 apps and 50 billion downloads,” Apple basically tells Amazon to call its app store whatever it likes.
A lawsuit reveals Qwiki did not build its own iPhone app. So what did Yahoo pay for, exactly?
SCO, the ultimate patent troll, has come back to life, but is it any worse than other patent lawsuits?
A deceased Dutch social media visionary may have invented Facebook. Oh yeah, and the firm bringing the legal heat also represented the Wright Brothers.
The Justice Department investigation opens the next chapter in the feud between HP and Autonomy founder Mike Lynch, who the PC maker claims duped it into paying billions for the British software maker.