The E.U. may force Apple to allow Flash on the iPad as well as competitive devices to use iTunes. Like that'll happen. Also: Mario smacks iDrones, and Prince says the Web is over. So, see ya.
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".
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.
Google offers concessions to European antitrust regulators as it tries to settle in an ongoing antitrust probe over its business practices.
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.
The replacement for the Lamborghini Gallardo finally arrives with more power and tech, but less weight.
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.
The monitor includes a built-in reminder to take a break and rest your eyes to avoid strain.
Google reps assert that the reseller program hasn't met the needs of readers or booksellers.
The country is considering whether to add Microsoft to a list of companies with high market share. Microsoft said it is cooperating with the inquiry.