A German company claims that the iPhone maker has violated one of its patents related to cellular technology.
The exiled creator's legal team admits to leaking video testimony but asserts its right to defend its client's reputation.
Privacy groups plan to tell a judge tomorrow that controversial cell phone tracking technology, used by federal police since at least the mid-1990s, violates Americans' Fourth Amendment rights.
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Google has been asked to return to Parliament to once again defend its tax arrangements in the UK after an investigation by Reuters.
Prosecutors say Americans have "no privacy interest" in location records revealing minute-to-minute movements of their mobile devices, even when they're not in use.
A group of European telcos is defending a controversial proposal to radically alter the architecture of the Web and its governance. But the rhetoric has done little to slow critics.
Meanwhile, reps of Verizon and the U.S. government attack the proposal to give a U.N. agency more control over the Internet, which could include levying fees on content providers.
Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt expresses confidence that Android phone maker HTC will prevail in its patent fight with Apple, though he's light on specifics.