A court of appeals in the U.K. says ISPs will need to pay 25 percent of costs associated with establishing and running an appeals body for alleged file sharers.
The decision by a federal appeals court means that police can search cell phones for evidence without first needing a warrant.
Judge grants request for reimbursement but denies a request to prevent Ceglia from making additional motions until fees are paid.
Motorola Mobility wins a permanent ban against Apple's push e-mail service, part of its iCloud offering. Apple had faced a ban on products in Germany, but received a temporary injunction on it.
Social network also seeks order barring man, who is suing for half the company, from filing any additional papers or pleadings in the case until he pays.
Apple's lawyers may have spent a small fortune pursuing Android companies that have allegedly infringed on its patents, a report claims.
The latest in a series of action figures depicting late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has once again stirred the legal ire of the company's legal team.
Slow news week with the holidays in full swing? Not so fast. It's been a busy week for Apple, with a notable legal victory, a reported half-billion-dollar acquisition, and a Grammy honor for late co-founder Steve Jobs.
HTC will have to remove a feature from its phones to avoid a ban. Yet somehow, HTC is calling it a win. Confused? It's a tricky business, this patent lark.
Apple releases an iOS 5.0.1 update that leaves RAM disks unencrypted, allowing those with technical chops to get Siri running on their iPhone 4s.