CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains to an AT&T unlimited-data customer what the FCC's historic fine against the company for misleading customers really means.
The Taiwanese government wins a suit in which the company was accused of illegally assigning prices to the iPhone.
Taiwanese authorities have ordered the e-commerce company to leave Taiwan within six months.
The US carrier blocked its workers from organizing or even discussing problems at work and has been ordered to revise its policies.
A federal jury in Texas says that Apple did not infringe on five wireless technology patents in a case filed back in 2012.
The groups, which analyzed the social network's new terms of service and data policy at the request of Belgium's Privacy Commission, say Facebook is placing too great a burden on its users.
An executive sends a memo to employees to dismiss BBC reporting that claims Chinese workers at an Apple supplier continue to be treated poorly.
A game that encourages players to "drop bombs" on Gaza is pulled from Google Play after public backlash.
After a US Department of Labor investigation finds the social network violated federal wage law, the company pays workers overtime back wages and damages.
The carrier claims its throttling policy would still have been legal under the new rules but decided to put a halt to it anyway, says the Wall Street Journal.