Hot on the heels of the Volkswagen diesel scandal, Samsung faces accusations it makes its products seem more energy efficient under test conditions.
Before visiting the US, President Xi Jinping said China is a hacking victim, too, and suggests both countries will benefit from computer security cooperation.
CD Projekt Red addresses talk it is in acquisition discussions.
Responding to a report that it's laying off 10 percent of its staff, Samsung's CFO says the company is simply relocating workers.
The US Federal Circuit Court of Appeals' decision means Samsung has two options: appeal the case to the Supreme Court or hand over to Apple hundreds of millions of dollars.
Dish's outspoken chairman, Charlie Ergen, says the feds' efforts to deny it a $3.3 billion discount on spectrum it bid on in the last auction has dampened enthusiasm for mergers or participation in an upcoming auction.
The company says it has no plans to launch a mobile network similar to Google's Project Fi.
The Federal Communications Commission will likely cancel a 25 percent discount that satellite TV provider Dish Network took in the most recent wireless spectrum auction.
Slightly Mad speaks out about "erroneous" claims that the developer intentionally favored Nvidia.
Microsoft responds to reports that it completely disabled consoles belonging to people who violated a nondisclosure agreement.