A US judge rules that Apple won't "suffer irreparable harm" if Samsung continues to sell various older smartphone models that may include patent-infringing components.
The UK takes a dim view of any name that it deems as being copyrighted or trademarked.
A woman goes to Reddit and claims her husband emailed her a spreadsheet detailing all the instances in which she allegedly denied him sex. Is this the future of data?
In court filing, Oculus says ZeniMax "suddenly began asserting supposed ownership rights" over VR technology only after Facebook announced $2B Oculus buyout.
A group of Europe-based Facebook users had asked an Ireland-based judge to investigate the social network's relationship with the NSA. It didn't work out.
Despite earlier reports, it appears Facebook's CEO will not be called to court in Iran to answer questions on user privacy.
An appeals court decision on a patent lawsuit between Apple and Google's Motorola Mobility could throw a wrench into the iPhone maker's ongoing legal battle with Samsung.
A Bloomberg report says the agency knew about the Heartbleed security flaw that's sent sites like Google scrambling to patch their systems -- but it kept it secret and used it to spy. The agency, however, says that's not so.
Speaking to Vanity Fair, the whistle-blower says that before leaking secret documents, he contacted people within the spy agency about its surveillance practices -- and that email records will prove it.
The chosen presidential candidate of Ukraine's wacky Internet Party will not be allowed to run for the troubled country's highest office, says its Central Electoral Commission.