Technically Incorrect: After being arrested for making his own digital clock, the newest science celebrity shows humor during a press conference and an appearance on MSNBC. He says he's transferring schools.
Technically Incorrect: A British man posts a scurrilous and bogus review on Google about an American lawyer, for no apparent reason. He is found guilty of libel.
Technically Incorrect: Chris Roberts, who was removed from a United flight by the FBI earlier this week, is now prevented from boarding another United plane.
The closely watched sex discrimination case is winding down, but both sides know that whatever the jury decides could have far-reaching implications.
The jury hears closing arguments in a class action case about the decisions made almost a decade ago to limit competitors' access to Apple's iPod.
The move to the popular social media service makes Snowden, the man who revealed government surveillance programs, more publicly accessible.
Technically Incorrect: A site that sells "Stop Trump" T-shirts receives a cease-and-desist letter from the great man's lawyers. But does he have a case?
The world's largest social network claims DLA Piper and other law firms knew Paul Ceglia was lying about his ownership stake in Facebook -- but went forward with the case anyway.
A lawsuit alleges the former employees put malicious software on work computers so they could help untether discounted phones from AT&T contracts.
If proven true, the lawsuit could show the search giant took a wrong turn in its bidding war with Facebook over Waze in 2013.