A Massachusetts High Court declares that peeping tom pics are legal, because the women are not unclothed.
Aereo wants to give you broadcast TV on the Web. But it needed thousands of mini antennas, high-octane transcoding, and lots of air conditioners to build a system it hopes can pass legal scrutiny.
In a court filing, Apple says the best sanction for Samsung's "misconduct" is to validate Apple's patents, or at least exclude evidence related to the "Sony design exercise."
The government gets a victory in a case brought by the ACLU, which charged that the spy agency was violating Americans' First and Fourth Amendment rights.
The Court of Appeal has granted a stay on Nokia's injunction against HTC's devices in the UK, meaning it can carry on flogging the One.
An appeals court overturns an earlier ruling on the warrants used in the raid on the MegaUpload founder's mansion, dealing a blow to his effort to avoid extradition.
XCAR gets an exclusive first ride on public roads in Radical's self-titled "World's most extreme road-legal coupe."
The classic Cozy Coupe kiddie car gets reborn as a working, full-size car, complete with no windshield.
Former NSA contractor is open to negotiations about returning to the US with guarantees he won't face prosecution, his adviser tells "Meet The Press."
The Dish Network DVR that automatically skips commercials won another round in a US court of appeals, which again rejected 21st Century Fox's petition to halt the feature.