After having to deal with allegedly substandard doors and the fallout from that, Tesla is not happy that an old flame is still poking around, asking for more.
Wearable-device maker is accused of false advertising after users claim in lawsuit that its heart rate monitors give wrong readings.
Criminal charges could still be on the way, pending the results of that specific investigation.
Technically Incorrect: A British man goes to court because, he says, an Apple genius repaired his phone but disappeared all his photos.
The do-gooders declare the photographer who profits from the selfie a do-baddie. Astonishingly, PETA now wants to manage Naruto the macaque monkey's monetary interests.
Former technician files suit claiming she was passed over for jobs by less-qualified men during her seven years at Microsoft.
Technically Incorrect: T-Mobile decides that the presenter's mistake in naming Miss Colombia the winner is ripe for its advertising during the Super Bowl.
Technically Incorrect: The horse's owner says she gave no consent for the photo that a neighbor entered in a contest and then won.
The chairman of the Belgian Privacy Commission, William Debeuckelaere, says Facebook's behavior "cannot be tolerated."
A new tarantula found in the vicinity of California's Folsom State Prison has been named after the original Man in Black.