A Michigan judge holds himself in contempt of court and pays a $25 fine after his smartphone interrupts legal proceedings. "Judges are humans," he says. "They're not above the rules."
While NBC continues to receive deserved criticism for its Olympic myopia by refusing to show events live on TV, it's the advertisers who are complicit and therefore have the power to change NBC's habits.
A juror in a UK trial contacts a defendant on Facebook, where they have a long chat about things. She is found guilty of contempt of court, as is the defendant.
A federal appeals court tells Ladar Levison, of the now-moribund email service Lavabit, that he didn't clearly articulate the legal issues at stake in his contempt of court appeal.
SF Mayor Ed Lee announces a program that would require shuttle buses used by tech companies to pay up for using stops designated for city public transit.
Police in Pennsylvania say that a man wanted on assault charges shared their status about his mug shot on his own Facebook page. This leads, stunningly, to his arrest.
Actress who won a court decision ordering the removal of controversial film seeks contempt of court ruling against the Web giant for allegedly failing to comply with the order.
According to a Reuters report, there appear to be guards monitoring at least one stop where a private bus picks up Google employees, in response to recent protests.
It's one thing for Apple to ignore whiners who criticize it. But when a true business genius speaks, Cupertino must listen.