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King.com withdraws trademark application for "candy"

The creator of Candy Crush Saga has filed a request for abandonment with the US Patent and Trademark Office over its attempt to trademark the word "candy".

By February 25, 2014


Lamborghini unveils 610hp Huracán luxury super sports car

The replacement for the Lamborghini Gallardo finally arrives with more power and tech, but less weight.

By December 20, 2013


Meet the 'Corporate Enemies of the Internet' for 2013

Paris-based Reporters Without Borders names five companies as "digital mercenaries" that have decided to sell their surveillance technology to authoritarian regimes.

By March 11, 2013


Huawei linked to plan to sell restricted equipment to Iran

A major partner of the Chinese telecommunications gear maker offered to sell $1.7 million worth of embargoed HP computer equipment to Iran, according to documents reviewed by Reuters.

By December 30, 2012


Google offers to settle EU antitrust probe

Google offers concessions to European antitrust regulators as it tries to settle in an ongoing antitrust probe over its business practices.

By July 2, 2012


What Britons need to know about U.K. 'cookie law'

Let's be honest, the U.K. has made a right hash-up of implementing the cookie law from start to finish. It came into force Saturday. Here's everything you need to know.

By May 27, 2012


Programming languages 'do not enjoy copyright protection,' EU court says

The European Court of Justice rules that programming languages are not copyrightable in a case that closely parallels Oracle v. Google in the U.S.

By May 3, 2012


Philips ErgoSensor monitor keeps you on your toes

The monitor includes a built-in reminder to take a break and rest your eyes to avoid strain.

By April 9, 2012


Google remainders its independent e-book resales

Google reps assert that the reseller program hasn't met the needs of readers or booksellers.

By April 5, 2012


Europe rules ISPs can't be forced to block pirate sites

European court rules that record labels and film studios can't use the courts to instruct broadband companies to track customers or install filtering systems aimed at preventing piracy.

By November 24, 2011