E-Book Publishers Back Apple, Gang Up Against DoJ

Apple was recently found guilty of price fixing e-books and the Department of Justice laid out some new terms that it would like to see...

Apple Not Happy About DoJ E-Book Solutions, Gives Snappy 31-Page Response

Earlier this month Apple was found guilty of pricing fixing e-books and conspiring to raise retail prices of digital books. Today the U.S. Department of...

DOJ Suggests Solution To Apple’s e-Book Price Fixing Ways

Apple was recently found guilty in its long standing e-book scandal case, and now, the U.S. Department of Justice is trying to ensure that it...

Microsoft Forced To Rename SkyDrive After Trademark Case

Microsoft has been forced to rename SkyDrive, it’s cloud storage service, after a lawsuit with British Sky Broadcasting Group (BSkyB). A UK court has ruled...

Apple Employees Sue For Lost Wages At Bag Search

Former Apple Store employees in both New York City and Los Angeles are suing Apple for lost wages at bag checks. These employees have claimed...

Apple’s ‘Pinch To Zoom’ Patent Dismissed By US Patent Office

The United States Patent And Trademark Office has rejected all 21 claims of the Apple’s famous Pinch To Zoom (patent no. 7,844,915) patent. The office has...

UK Orders Google To Make Its Privacy Policy More Clear For Users

The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office has ordered Google to redo its company’s privacy policy. The ICO states that Google has made its policy too...

Apple Denied Permission To Add Galaxy S4 In Samsung Dispute

Apple was hoping to add Samsung’s latest Galaxy offering, the Samsung Galaxy S4, to the list of products that it claims to have infringed on...

Apple Loses Appeal Against Samsung In Japan

Apple has lost an appeal to a Japanese court over a previous ruling that Samsung did not infringe on Apple’s patent for synchronizing music and...

Apple Lets Customers Know How They Can Get Cash Back For Unauthorized In-App Purchases

Apple has reportedly begun e-mailing parents of the children who unknowingly racked up huge in-app purchase bills to let them know that they may be...

Apple Closes eBook Trial With 136 Slide Presentation

If you’ve ever watched one of Apple’s keynotes, you know the company can be pretty convincing with its slideshows. The company had to produce an...

Samsung Found Guilty Of Infringing On Apple’s “Bounce-Back” Patent

Samsung has been found guilty of infringing Apple’s patents again. This time, a Tokyo court ruled that Samsung has infringed on Apple’s patent for the...

Google Exec Gets Torn Apart By Apple Defense Lawyer In Ebook Trial

There was yet another interesting turn in the ongoing Apple ebooks trial, this time in Apple’s favor. Google’s head of strategic partnerships Thomas Turvey took...

Samsung Didn’t Steal Apple’s iPad Design, Says Dutch Court (Again)

Apple has lost a Dutch court case, in which the company tried to have Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned from being imported into the Netherlands....

WTF: Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer In Solitary Confinement For Prison Tweets

Andrew Aurenheimer, better known as “Weev” in the hacking world, has been placed in solitary confinement. The man was placed in the segregated part of...

Apple Goes After Android Source Code With Lawsuit

Apple wants Google to hand over documents relating to Android that will help it in its case against Samsung. Apple, which is in a patent-infringement...

Apple Fined $118,000 By Chinese Court For E-Book Copyright Violations

Apple has been ordered by a court in China to pay three Chinese writers as compensation for infringing on their copyright after making their books...

Man Admits To Fraud After Buying $1 Billion Of Apple Stock Without Permission

David Miller, a securities trader at Rochdale Securities, has pleaded guilty to fraud after buying $1 billion of Apple stock without permission, which  ultimately resulted...