The giant doesn't want the court to examine its patent win against Samsung and "prolong" the battle.
Technically Incorrect: In Oklahoma, a construction company is using a drone to inspect a property. A neighbor allegedly doesn't like that.
A judge's ruling in a trial in New York may give Apple ammunition in its fight against the FBI to keep a security "back door" out of your iPhone.
In latest round between the wearable tech rivals, judge rules that five Fitbit workers must return data they took from their former employer Jawbone.
US appeals court OKs book-scanning project because it makes only excerpts available. Authors say they'll appeal again, citing threat to "literary heritage."
The ruling is a victory for the ride-hailing service, which has faced significant opposition from London's established cab trade, but taxi drivers already are challenging the decision.
On today's podcast, Ben enlists retired lawyer Iyaz Akhtar to delve into the "Compliance with Court Orders Act of 2016."
Pao won't have to pay nearly $276,000 in legal fees as the venture capital firm holds firm on not seeking repayment if she opted not to appeal.
Facebook and other US companies can not adequately protect EU citizens' data from government surveillance, says Advocate General Yves Bot.
The crowdfunding site reincorporates as public benefit company, a move that legally obliges it to pursue "a positive impact on society."