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.
Due to an "overwhelming response" to the service, some users may be temporarily unable to access Apple's iWork for iCloud suite.
Blanket denials from Microsoft, Google, and Facebook -- and efforts to clear their names -- are the opposite of what AT&T and Verizon did in response to reports saying they opened their systems to the National Security Agency.
KitKat is on track to hit the HTC One this month, but the One X and One X+ won't get to enjoy the latest Android 4.4 software.
Amid planning for the damages retrial, Judge Koh rules that there will not be another new trial over the '381 patent.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office says the term "mini" is "merely descriptive" of goods or services sold in miniature form.
Hackers claim to have stolen 12 million unique iPad and iPhone 5 codes from an FBI laptop, a claim denied by the US agency.
Reports claim that Samsung's much-loved S2 and Note won't be getting any updates past Jelly Bean.
Companies are trying to keep key portions of sensitive documents private, but Judge Koh rules their requests go too far.
The founder of the cyberlocker service must stay in police custody in New Zealand until February 22, when an extradition hearing is expected. The U.S. has accused DotCom of masterminding a massive criminal piracy operation, and it wants him brought to Virginia to stand trial.