An exterior design patent held by Chinese company Shenzhen Baili is causing trouble for Apple in the capital city.
The California Institute of Technology claims Apple has infringed four of its patents for improved data transmission rates and performance over Wi-Fi.
Apple has apparently been way out of line by allowing its iPhone and iPad to send and receive emails all these years.
Google Chromebooks are getting access to more Android apps. Meanwhile, the self-driving-car team has a sticky solution to reducing pedestrian fatalities.
The two tech giants pledge to settle their differences outside of the courtroom.
Important tech questions about privacy and security, patents and more are moving toward the US Supreme Court. President Obama's nominee hasn't had much to say about any of that.
A federal agency bans the import of several products that infringe on patents belonging to Segway, maker of the original two-wheeled electric vehicle.
Three federal appeals judges rule that Samsung didn't infringe on Apple's patents after all.
Judge issues permanent injunction against handful of devices found to infringe on a trio of Apple patents.
New satellite location will focus federal attention on the tech region's inventors. Most business with the government will still take place online, but the office is meant to foster closer relationships.
The tech giants agree to dismiss about 20 patent-royalty lawsuits related to use of smartphones, Wi-Fi and Web video.
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