Remember file-sharing site I2hub? Its creator claims that due to a partnership with social network ConnectU, he's entitled to part of ConnectU's Facebook settlement money.
Longstanding lawsuit from three of the young Facebook CEO's former Harvard classmates hits a new development as they claim to have come across incriminating IM conversations.
Facebook founder's legal dispute with former college buddies may be winding down, but CNET still wants to see some of the sealed documents in the case.
Despite ConnectU's allegations of fraud on Facebook's part, a U.S. District Court judge has upheld the two social-networking sites' February settlement. The court documents remain under seal.
According to the New York Times, the years-long legal tiff is close to an end. Motions to dismiss the intellectual-property case may be just weeks away.
A law publication managed to notice that the former lawyers for ConnectU boasted in a brochure that they once won a $65 million settlement against Facebook.
It's not yet clear whether Armie Hammer will play both of the twin rivals to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg with some camera trick help, or whether they've been combined into one character.
After making it all the way to the grand final of the men's pair in the rowing event, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss fail to win a medal; Australian team gets the gold.
Out of five boats, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss place fifth. But they'll have another shot at advancing later this weekend.
It's not every day that you get to see social-network entrepreneurs striving for Olympic glory. Whether or not you think these guys had a case against Facebook, you can still watch them go for the gold.