This week, Apple's Phil Schiller took to Twitter to sniff at Samsung's alleged "shenanigans." But, as a CNBC broadcast about JP Morgan underlined, shenaniganing is just part of businessing, isn't it?
Samsung has been forced on the defensive yet again over reports that its top-notch smart phones are cheating at benchmark tests.
The company claims that the version of the specification it has reviewed will infringe on some of its patents.
We love robots. We also love monkeys, so you can imagine the poo-flinging frenzy we got ourselves into when we discovered a robotic chimp known as Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey.
Experts aren't surprised by accusations of creative editing and failure to produce evidence in this hardball court fight. But they caution that judges usually see through tricks.
We love the BBC, but its annoying mobile device support has earned it a place on the naughty step, and it's not getting off until it jolly well learns its lesson
Michael Dell briefly addresses accounting scandal, also answers questions about the company's strategy in retail and consumer PC markets.
LED backlighting is, without doubt, the future of LCD TVs, adding new levels of black, incredible contrast and realistic colour -- Sharp is keen for us to make the switch with its new range
With Jeff Bakalar on Valentine's Day workout recovery, Dan Frommer of Silicon Alley Insider fame joins us in studio to talk about Microsoft's after school special program to stop kids from pirating, the Xbox 360's high failure rate, plus Indiana Jones 4.
Android 4.4 KitKat has cleaned up the reputations of Samsung's superphones, with the flagship devices no longer artificially boosting their benchmarks.