A federal court will look into whether the jury foreman in Apple v. Samsung "concealed information" during jury selection.
A husband stands accused of placing a transmitter beneath his wife's bed, as he wanted to know if she was having sex.
The factory that produces the iPhone and iPad has been accused of hiding child workers from labour inspectors.
One of the organization's employees also says Foxconn banned 16- and 17-year-old workers from overtime while inspections are ongoing.
Founder of file-sharing software maker Lime Wire transferred company's funds into a trust controlled by his family. Big music labels say the money belongs to them.
Facebook redesigned its Android app and hid the ‘Most Recent’ feed in the process. Meanies.
A number of people have found the use of some multi-touch gestures on their MacBook and MacBook Pro computers have stopped working, or input to the computer stops altogether.
A Silicon Valley start-up adds intelligence to commercial lighting, allowing building owners to cut electricity bills through automated controls and sensors.
Investor complaint claims Nvidia's worth was reduced by $3 billion because of misrepresentations about failure rates of graphics chips.
The thorny question of executive health and requirements for disclosure is raised in a Fortune article on Apple CEO Steve Jobs' decisions following a diagnosis of cancer in 2003.