For the second time, a judge has ruled that it's copyright infringement to post songs you ripped from your own CD to a file trading network.
Swedish police get tough on file-trading, Apple customers get trapped in an elevator, and geeks get in fights. It's buzz!
That's according to an e-mail he sent to employees in 2010 that included "2011: Holy War with Google" as a talking point for an upcoming meeting.
Some customers aren't happy that Adobe's software now costs $50 every month. But 405,000 new Creative Cloud subscribers proved willing to pay in the last quarter, and Adobe shares reached $68.52 this week.
In Satya Nadella's first full quarter as CEO, Microsoft posts an 18 percent revenue gain. But earnings per share get dinged by costs related to the acquisition of Nokia's handset business.
Alibaba has amended its S-1 filing and has selected the New York Stock Exchange for its IPO, and will list under the stock symbol BABA.
Two tweets from a CNBC account say investment bank UBS lost $350 million and plans to sue. UBS says only that it's "continuing to consider avenues" to recover its losses.
Hackers claim the data allegedly collected from the exchange's servers shows a disparity in the number of bitcoins deposited versus how many it claims were stolen in a security lapse.
The Russian search company started with a price of $25 per share yesterday and saw its stock climb to $37.75. But in its second day of trading, Yandex is trading lower on the Nasdaq.
In a move to seemingly avoid technical glitches that marred Facebook's IPO, the New York Stock Exchange will hold a test run later this month.