Google's executive chairman says Larry Ellison's claims that Android illegally uses Oracle code are "simply untrue" and calls for patent reform.
Anonymous group AntiS3curityOPS says action is in retaliation for alleged police brutality committed during protests against NATO summit.
After both sides trade barbs in ad campaigns, CBS's Les Moonves says the dispute has escalated in recent days and the threat of Time Warner dropping stations is real, according to an internal email memo.
In a coy interview with a Canadian newspaper, John Sculley appears to be mulling a BlackBerry bid and says that he is a "longtime BlackBerry fan and user."
The Sky Sports action from the first day of the new Premier League football season will be free to watch, even if you don't own a dish.
Both services have reportedly been blocked by the government, says the Guardian, forcing people to access them through VPN software.
As local news neglects the ongoing protests, Turkey's prime minister blasts Twitter as a "menace to society" for spreading information, or what he calls "lies."
Detroit will be host this June to a Driverless Car Summit. Over two days, you will allegedly learn everything there is to know.
Google Glass is a small object often in motion with a camera and GPS, typically in the air. It might also fall in a similar category to what could be called personal drones.
CNET's Shara Tibken travels to Korea and finds some far-ranging element of the big Samsung Group just about everywhere she turns.