1. News
    Lawsuit claims iPhone games stole phone numbers

    Browse the App Store for developer Storm8’s many popular iPhone games, and you’ll encounter the same message over and over again: “The...

  2. News
    Skype’s legal storm clears up

    The legal war over Skype has ended. Skype's cofounders, Janus Friis and Niklas Zennstrom, have agreed to transfer ownership of the remaining Skype...

  3. News
    Psystar begs judge to rule it’s legit

    The Mac clone maker that’s been battling Apple for more than a year in federal court last week asked a judge to rule that its business is legitimate,...

  4. Blogs
    Nokia lawsuit seeks a piece of the iPhone pie

    Nokia is taking Apple to court, alleging that the iPhone infringes on 10 different technology patents owned by Nokia. Nokia is entitled to protect...

  5. News
    Psystar selling software to run Snow Leopard on generic hardware

    Oh, Psystar. We know you. We lov—well, we put up with you. But still, you continue to let the dream of Mac cloning live on, EULAs, sketchy products,...

  6. News
    Nokia sues Apple over patent infringements

    Cell phone maker Nokia announced this morning that it has filed suit in U.S. Federal District Court in Delaware, alleging that ten (count 'em, ten!)...

  7. News
    Pirate Bay appeals postponed until next year

    The appeals of those convicted in April in the high-profile Pirate Bay copyright violations trial won't be heard until next year, the court said on...

  8. News
    Apple acknowledges iPod nano overheating in support doc

    Stories of iPod batteries catching on fire are sadly nothing new—we’ve been hearing about them for over a year. But on Friday, Apple published...

  9. News
    Psystar attorney clarifies company’s argument

    Earlier this week, we ran a story on Apple and Psystar filing motions for summary judgment in the copyright infringement case between the two, which...

  10. News
    Psystar, Apple file for summary judgments

    The legal tango between Apple and Psystar continues apace, with each company filing its own motion for a summary judgment by the man in charge,...

  11. News
    Norway group takes The Pirate Bay to court

    A trial began in Norway on Monday in which the entertainment industry wants a major service provider to block access to The Pirate Bay, a BitTorrent...

  12. News
    Skype, eBay win patent case on appeal

    A federal appeals court has found eBay and Skype have not infringed on two peer-to-peer patents held by Peer Communication, according to Skype’s...

  13. News
    Microsoft, EU reach accord on antitrust

    Microsoft appears to have reached an agreement with the European Commission that concludes an antitrust battle that has lasted a decade, Europe’s...

  14. News
    Apple and others sued over Web browser patent

    If you’ve been keeping up with your technology news over the years, the name Eolas may very well ring some alarm klaxons. The company famously...

  15. News
    Psystar licenses OS X virtualisation technology

    Mac clone-maker Psystar is a bit like the streotypical sitcom character that always comes up with wacky ideas, much to the dismay of the studio...

  16. News
    Google puts The Pirate Bay back in its search index

    Google has restored The Pirate Bay to its search engine index after briefly removing it last week following a copyright infringement complaint.

  17. News
    Apple challenges Woolworths’ logo trademark

    Trademark disputes are part and parcel of any brand’s identity. If you’re not defending your trademark, there’s a good chance that you could...

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