The giant doesn't want the court to examine its patent win against Samsung and "prolong" the battle.
Technically Incorrect: In Oklahoma, a construction company is using a drone to inspect a property. A neighbor allegedly doesn't like that.
A judge's ruling in a trial in New York may give Apple ammunition in its fight against the FBI to keep a security "back door" out of your iPhone.
Laremy Tunsil says his Twitter and Instagram accounts were hacked. Among the damaging posts: video of him smoking a bong and transcripts suggesting he asked coaches for money.
The American electronics giant loses its exclusive rights to the "IPHONE" trademark in the People's Republic, with Chinese courts siding against it in a recent legal proceeding.
Questions over the 5th Amendment are raised when judges can order you to unlock a device with your print -- but you can't be forced to give up your password. Also, Sony may have its own legal trouble with a video-recording contact lens, and celebrities at the Met Gala attempt to bring tech to fashion.
Technically Incorrect: Where else are you going to say you'll sue someone for saying you don't drive a Kia? In a Kia ad, of course.
The former pro wrestler has filed a new lawsuit against the blogging network, this time alleging it leaked sealed court documents that made him look bad.
CEO tells CNBC's Jim Cramer that one of the ways Apple can change the world is by standing up to "dysfunctional" governments.
With a big wing and a full roll cage, Porsche homologates the Cayman for a variety of club racing series.