The software maker is struggling to make sure its online stores are clean, well-lighted places for apps, even as it readies the update to its Windows operating system.
Apple TV, iTunes and the App Store are among the products and services named as violating the interactive software pioneer's patents.
On Back to the Future Day, we can truly say the future is now. We have technology at our fingertips that would blow Marty McFly's mind. Look behind the glitz, though, and you'll see a pile of castoff failures.
US appeals court OKs book-scanning project because it makes only excerpts available. Authors say they'll appeal again, citing threat to "literary heritage."
A San Jose jury rules against the nonpracticing entity, which had accused Apple of infringing its mobile device technology.
An administrative law judge for the US International Trade Commission sides with Samsung on a patent dispute with Nvidia.
Amit Singhal, Google's search chief, says teenagers and other people who make small, "innocent" mistakes shouldn't be chased their entire lives.
The social network's users are being inundated with messages that their Facebook privacy concerns can be assuaged by reposting a legal-sounding statement or signing up for a paid monthly subscription.
A French privacy watchdog insists that Google's takedown requests should be applied to all the company's domains around the world, otherwise the search giant could face a fine.
Apple's newest mobile software lets you use third-party apps to block Web ads, which the maker of the Peace app calls "creepy, bloated, annoying and insecure."