Leaked document on Trans-Pacific Partnership Treaty suggests jailbreaking or unlocking iPhone could be illegal.
Daz Dillinger, ex-member of Dogg Pound, claims Rockstar Games stole two of his best soundtracks for GTA 5.
Samsung has come under fire for posting fake negative reviews of rival HTC smartphones on Taiwanese websites.
iPhone users in the US can continue to jailbreak their iPhones legally but those doing the same to their iPads will now be breaking the law.
Samsung has described as menacing letters sent by Apple to US retailers warning them to remove the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Nexus from sale.
Google's much-hyped third generation Galaxy Nexus smartphone has been cleared of the injunction barely a week after it was banned in the US, thanks to the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update.
Apple seems to be in hot water amid a spate of corporate lawsuits being contested in several countries across the globe. The company's recent accomplishment of getting Samsung's Galaxy Nexus banned in US may seem to be a consolation win, as it now faces serious allegations of patent infringement over Siri's intellectual copyrights.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus attracts a sales ban in US following a Californian judge ruling in favour of Apple in the ensuing patent dispute.
After a year-long battle, a Dutch court has ruled in favour of Samsung in a 3G patent dispute against Apple.
Microsoft has issued notices to sites hosting the leaked document pertaining to Xbox 720 copyright material.
Blizzard finds itself in a mess, thanks to legal notices from France and Germany over false advertisement and poor server infrastructure for online gaming.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 smartphone is set to release on 21 June, as scheduled, after a US District Court refused to ban the device, as requested by Apple
HTC faces import bans on two of its premium smartphones - the One X and Evo 4G LTE - following an ITC directive, amid ensuing patent dispute against Apple.
Galaxy S3's amorphous and non-linear design truly hints at some legal restrictions from Apple's patented designs. Did Samsung's legal team makeup the Galaxy S3's design?
Apple Inc. has denied accusations that it conspired to fix prices for e-books in company of major book publishers.
Apple Inc. has revised its Web site marketing advertisements for the new iPad in Australia, after drawing severe criticism from the country's consumer watchdog - Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Apple offers to refund Australian customers who feel misled on new iPad's 4G capabilities in the wake of severe backlash from Australian consumer watchdog.
Evelyn Paswall, an 83-year old Queens woman, is suing Apple seeking $75,000 for medical expenses plus punitive damages totalling $1m, after smashing her nose against a glass wall at the Apple Store Manhassett on Long Island.
Department of Health regulation to hide stocks of tobacco on sale condemned as irrational if plain packaging to be enforced.
Apple Inc. has won a case in the UK Advertising Standards Agency (ASA), over allegedly misleading Siri advertisements in Britain.
Despite losing the case against Apple in a Shanghai court on Thursday, the Chinese display manufacturing company Proview has taken the legal battle over the iPad trademark to a California court.
After Apple, it is Microsoft which has accused Google of patent misuse. Microsoft has charged the search engine giant with misusing standard essential patents to gain supremacy in the mobile phone market. Microsoft has sought the aid of European regulators to investigate the alleged unfair use of patents.
Pirate Bay, the world's most resilient torrent tracking and file-sharing Web site could soon be forced to bid farewell to Britain after a court ruling upheld an Internet Service Provider's (ISP) decision to ban the Web site in the near future.
Apple has won its first ever patent dispute against Motorola Mobility, as the German court ruled the lawsuit in favour of the U.S. corporate giant. The judgment marks Apple's supremacy over its Android rivals with autonomy over 'Slide to Unlock' feature of smartphones.
A British Student, Glenn Mangham, 26, has allegedly stolen valuable information after breaking into the heart of Facebook. The talented hacker had earlier pointed out security loopholes with the Yahoo website and apparently won an appreciation award from the firm for his noble work as ethical hacker.
The European Court of Justice has decisively ruled out implementation of anti-piracy filter by social-networking sites to stall copyrighted content from being uploaded on their sites. The ruling involves a case filed against Netlog by a Belgian music royalties firm, Sabam.
Sony's grand ten-year joint venture with Ericsson (the maker of telecommunications technology), comes to an end with a formal buyout of the latter's $1.47 billion shareholdings in the mobile communications market.
Amazon has shutdown its iPad sales on the China website in the wake of mounting pressure from Apple and customs officials on impending iPad bans with unauthorized sales in China.
Blizzard, the official co-creator of DOTA in association with Warcraft fans, has legally challenged Valve's move to trademark "Defense of the Ancients" (DOTA) for its new game DOTA 2.
Samsung is once again in the thick of a legal wrangle with Apple. The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant invoked a preliminary injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, on Thursday, at a U.S. court.
MegaUpload users may heave a sigh of relief, as the companies that host the site's service, Carpathia Hosting and Cogent Communications, have mutually agreed to provide a two-week amnesty for the users' data from being deleted.
South Korean smartphone giant loses another court battle against Apple over patents row.
Popular social networking Web site Facebook has accused Adscend Media of "clickjacking"; Adscend has reportedly spread spam through misleading and deceptive tactics.