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Sony PSN hacking lawsuit dismissed by judge

A judge rules that "there is no such thing as perfect security," after 75 million customers' billing addresses, user names, passwords, and phone numbers were stolen in a massive cyberattack.

By Oct. 23, 2012


Jobs dismissed iPad mini as only good for surfing on the loo

Steve Jobs reportedly said the 7-inch prototype iPad was good for nothing "besides surfing the web in the bathroom".

By Jul. 16, 2012


First of HTC's Trade Commission cases against Apple dismissed

The International Trade Commission has issued a final ruling, saying that Apple does not infringe on one of HTC's patents.

By Feb. 17, 2012


Paul Allen's lawsuit against Apple, Google dismissed

Judge dismisses charges against companies also including Facebook, Yahoo, and Netflix for not being specific enough. But Allen's team says it will refile.

By Dec. 13, 2010


Heartland data breach lawsuit dismissed

Court says plaintiffs failed to prove their allegations against payment processor Heartland Payment Systems over massive data breach, according to a report.

By Dec. 10, 2009


iPhone battery lawsuit dismissed

Apple is off the hook after a judge rules the company provided sufficient disclosure on the iPhone's package that the battery could not be replaced by the user.

By Sep. 26, 2008


Rosetta Stone's Google trademark suit dismissed

Google has prevailed in another lawsuit over its policy of allowing advertisers that don't own certain trademarks to purchase AdWords ads generated by those trademarks.

By Apr. 29, 2010


Damaged iTunes libraries get dismissed and renamed

iTunes users are running into a problem in which iTunes displays an error message and not load the library.

By Aug. 4, 2008


Apple Claims "Neglect," Aims to Have Lawsuit Dismissed

Apple Claims "Neglect," Aims to Have Lawsuit Dismissed

By Oct. 16, 2008


Psystar antitrust claim against Apple dismissed

Mac clone maker Psystar's best hope of emerging as a winner in its legal dispute with Apple is dealt a severe blow by a federal judge.

By Nov. 18, 2008