Google wields a big sheriff's badge when it tells online snake-oil salesmen to peddle their wares elsewhere.
A customer of Canada's Shoppers Drug Mart wonders why he is getting someone else's mail from the pharmacy. He asks whether it might have been intended for someone from the future. He receives a reply that stops him dead.
The search giant continues its campaign against Mississippi's Jim Hood. Google says his request for company information is an "unjustified attack" that violates federal law.
Researchers at the University of Sydney have examined the use of a smartphone-compatible heart monitor to diagnose the risk of stroke.
A lice-removal professional claims selfies are contributing to an increase in the spread of head lice among young people, but for now at least, the link is by no means conclusive.
False fingernails called Elektra Nails have a capacitive tip so you can use them on your smartphone or tablet screen just like a stylus.
Attorneys general for Nebraska and Oklahoma want to know how much revenue is generated by ads related to illegal sales of prescription drugs and counterfeit merchandise.
Secret lawsuit in Manhattan filed last month asks judge to force Google to cough up user data without a search warrant. A different court has already ruled that the process is unconstitutional.
In its fight to deter spammers, the social network gets tool provider TweetAdder to agree to a strict settlement regarding Twitter's terms of service.
opinion The FTC is leaning toward suing Google, but Google's critics have yet to lay out a serious legal case against the company.