Judge signs off on the $20 million partial settlement agreed to last year in the suit involving Lucasfilm, Pixar, Intuit.
Carrier ends promotion offering T-Mobile customers up to $450 to switch wireless carriers.
Judge Lucy Koh has ordered the payout be lowered, and wants a new trial to asses the level of damages. Back to court we go.
The social network is trying is use a state law that would allow it to skip SEC registration and cut straight to the payout for finalizing its Instagram acquisition, according to a new report.
The exchange operator hopes the Securities and Exchange Commission will approve its fix for trading debacles that marred Facebook's first post-IPO day of trading.
iPhone 4 owners may be eligible for a payout from Apple now that a class action lawsuit was settled last month. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the history of the "Antennagate" issues and why Apple may now have to shell out hundreds of millions of dollars.
After a Chinese judge rejected Apple's lawsuit against Chinese manufacturer Proview Technology for illegally using the iPad name, a counter suit could be heading Apple's way to the tune of $1.5 billion.
EchoStar and Dish Network agree to pay TiVo to settle a long-running patent tussle. The companies are also swapping patent licenses.
Automotive News reports on Nissan fuel economy tweaks to make its cars eligible for cash for clunkers rebates.
Various organizations and companies debate at a public meeting whether broadband stimulus money should fund projects with varying degrees of risk involved.