Recently found guilty of making copyright-protected files accessible for illegal file sharing, the men could face prosecution in Italy, lawyers there say.
We check in with reporter Greg Sandoval on the RealDVD trial, during which RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser showed off a prototype "DVD jukebox" the company has in the works.
The Pirate Bay has officially lost its trial. The four men accused have been sentenced to one year in prison, and a collective fine of £2.4m
On the eve of a verdict in the high-profile file-sharing case, we take a look at the trial's larger implications for file swappers and the defendants.
In an effort to keep/acquire new broadband customers, Comcast is testing Wi-Fi service at about 120 New Jersey Transit rail stations.
Defense attorneys in the Pirate Bay trial make their final arguments, after prosecutors call for jail time for the defendants.
The head of the International Federation of Phonographic Industries, the U.S. recording industry's international affiliate, tells a Stockholm courtroom that online piracy equals lost sales.
The Pirate Bay is in the dock this week as Hollywood studios attempt to blow the popular BitTorrent site out of the water. But when did linking to things become illegal?
The four men behind the popular file-sharing site are accused of helping millions of Internet users illegally download protected movies, music, and computer games.
Shares of the memory chipmaker plunge after a federal judge postpones indefinitely the long-running cases filed against a slew of memory makers.