Technically Incorrect: A Kentucky judge dismisses all charges against William Merideth, saying the drone was an invasion of privacy.
F-U-N-D-E-D is a regular column looking -- and sometimes laughing -- at what Silicon Valley has backed in the last week.
In a win for Apple, a judge reportedly rules the lawsuit alleging the company's messaging service holds onto texts once a user switches to an Android device does not merit group status.
A California judge rules that the employee vs. independent-contractor case that was limited to three drivers can now be expanded to thousands of drivers.
A US District Court judge says his instructions to a jury may have "skewed" how damages should have been assessed on Apple's iTunes.
Judge says the more than 12,000 current and former employees were free to avoid waiting in line by not bringing a bag to work.
A federal judge dismisses complaints brought against Uber by Connecticut taxi companies -- but leaves open the possibility of future lawsuits.
The home-sharing company hopes to replicate its success in heading off restrictive legislation in San Francisco in cities around the US.
Technically Incorrect: A New York juror seems to not know the rules, which results in a mistrial and a $1,000 fine for her.
Customers with unexpected data bills linked to Apple's Wi-Fi Assist feature are taking the iPhone maker to federal court.
In latest round between the wearable tech rivals, judge rules that five Fitbit workers must return data they took from their former employer Jawbone.