The Google Nexus 7's price has been slashed 10 per cent by one shop to fight low-cost rivals like the Tesco Hudl.
Apple is in more hot water with the Advertising Standards Authority regarding its continued claims that the new iPad offers 4G data speeds.
Aaron Greenspan, who claims ownership of Facebook, has petitioned to the United States Patent and Trademark Office in an attempt to cancel the social network's trademark on the name.
Windows Vista hasn't shipped yet, but Microsoft and the European Union are already caught up in a tussle over the antitrust impact of security technology in the OS.
When a popular blogger revealed that Facebook had banned his account, the Web erupted in speculative chatter. But where should they really be pointing fingers?
Vista hasn't shipped yet, but Microsoft and the European Union are already caught up in a tussle over the antitrust impact of security technology in the OS.
A replica of the Master Sword from the Legend of Zelda is used as a real-world weapon in a fight between two Houston men.
In response to Google's cease-and-desist letter alleging terms-of-service violations, Microsoft says all it needs from Google is "access to the necessary APIs" to create ad support.
AOL Reader, coming Monday, inserts the company among the likes of Feedly and Digg that are jockeying to pick up users cast off by Google's shuttering service.
The satellite TV provider has announced an average increase of 4.5 percent in rates for subscriptions, effective February 2013.