Apple is getting a license to Burst.com's portfolio of video-related technology and the end of the litigation between the two companies for $10 million.
After failure to reach licensing deal, Burst sues over patents it claims are being violated by iTunes, the iPod and Quicktime.
After negotiations break down, Mac maker asks court to determine Burst's patent infringement claims are invalid.
The streaming company files a suit that alleges the software giant bullied Burst.com partners and customers and stole the streaming company's technology.
Kane Kramer claims that Apple has finally admitted that he is the real father of the iPod.
The company has been sued for patent infringement by a little known video metadata company called Gotuit Media.
Microsoft and Carl Icahn tag-team on Yahoo, and it seems that just about everyone else got their day in court. Also: earnings season heats up.
Mac maker stumbles just a little in its transition to Intel systems but charges full-speed ahead in legal battle over leaks.
The future of television is coming to a screen near you, and you may not like what you see.
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