The trial of Ross Ulbricht, alleged owner of Silk Road, goes far beyond a website dealing in drugs and fake ID
Apple executive Eddy Cues gives evidence in iPod DRM court case, claims strict rights control was needed to keep iTunes safe
The final day of the Oscar Pistorius trial as the Blade Runner is found guilty of culpable homicide.
Man accused of brutally killing Palmira Silva appears at Old Bailey.
The trial of the blade runner Oscar Pistorius in pictures ahead of the verdict on 11 September.
Xu Hsing refuses to work because he claims it is too boring.
CBB pals have reunion at Chelmsford Crown Court as Dappy stands trial over nightclub attack
An antitrust dispute revolving around Apple allegedly raising ebook prices has been settled out of court.
Motoring organisations slam 'draconian' measures proposed by government
California moves closer to granting cryptocurrency lawful money status, while UK charities could soon accept bitcoin
The CJEU ruled that workers must receive their normal remuneration for annual leave.
Apple acknowledges fault with iMessage that prevents texts being received by ex-iPhone owners using rival devices
The landmark "right to be forgotten" ruling has led to mixed reactions across Europe, with many calling it censorship.
IBTimes UK spoke with Ala'a Shehabi, a British-Bahraini human rights activist who was targeted by spyware FinFisher, distributed by British company Gamma International.
Publicist Max Clifford has been found guilty of eight counts of indecent assault.
Sentencing of SAC Capital to follow
George Soros has won a bid to dismiss claims by ex-girlfriend that he caused 'emotional distress'.
Russian authorities claim man who bought smartwatch wanted to secretly record people and could face up to four years in jail.
Former This Morning presenter pleads not guilty to indecent and sexual assault charges in court
Disabled campaigners lose appeal to have spare room subsidy declared illegal.