Chinese state-run media outlets are calling on the government to punish "pawns" of the NSA's Prism surveillance program.
The war of words between eBay and Icahn escalates as founder Pierre Omidyar jumps into the fray.
Following reported revelations of the US spying on allies, some European officials say it's now more difficult to trust the US.
Judge Richard Posner, who threw out the Apple-Motorola lawsuit, writes a blog post disparaging companies' "excessive" use of copyright and patent protections.
Embassy-bound activist blames U.S. government for ongoing "persecution" of WikiLeaks, saying he's hopeful that President Obama will curb an ongoing criminal investigation.
After being sentenced to prison, Anton Vickerman takes to his Web site to condemn the British justice system, the film industry, journalists, and the jury.
Samsung says it was just following the rules by sharing court filings, and that Apple's efforts to say otherwise weren't filed right.
One Galaxy S III distributor blames Samsung for delivery delays of online orders.
In motions to dismiss the complaints brought up by Sprint Nextel and Cellular South, AT&T says the companies are attempting to use the court to improve their own strategic interests.
Company says it doesn't believe that any "reasonable interpretation" of its business would make it a Ponzi scheme, according to The Wall Street Journal.