Google signs deal on copyright payments to French press
Apple's new continuation patent adds more features to an invention it patented earlier this year. This invention is a new pair of smart glasses.
US university professor admits she posed as black woman
The 2014 NCAA Tournament is underway this week, but terms like “March Madness” and “Final Four” aren’t free for just anyone.
Pirate Church: Russian Piracy Advocates Form New Religion, Kopimizma, To Protest Russian Anti-Piracy Laws
To protest strict new piracy laws in Russia, five groups have applied to make their pirate church, Kopimizma, an officially recognized religion.
A troika of policy heavyweights has established new guidelines aimed at removing advertising revenue from sites with illegal content.
Pirate Bay Co-Founder Sentenced To Two Years In Prison; Sweden Finds Gottfrid Svartholm Guilty Of Hacking
Gottfrid Svartholm, a co-founder of torrent site The Pirate Bay, was convicted of hacking and sentenced to two years in prison.
Gottfrid Svartholm, a co-founder of The Pirate Bay, will be extradited to Denmark to face new hacking charges.
An Irish court has ordered six ISPs to in block subscriber access to The Pirate Bay.
Peter Sunde, Pirate Bay Co-Founder, Announces Candidacy For European Parliament, Runs With Finnish Pirate Party
Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde announced his candidacy for European Pariliament as a member of Finnish Pirate Party.
The Pirate Bay is the latest BitTorrent download site to be shut down from anti-piracy efforts.
A Romney spokesperson told the Washington Post that the clip clearly falls under fair use, a provision in intellectual property law that permits limited use of copyrighted material for the purposes of criticism and commentary.
A proposed federal law has sparked fears that people like Justin Bieber, who got his start performing cover songs on YouTube could end up in jail. The Commercial Felony Streaming Act would make unauthorized Web streaming of copyrighted content a felony punishable by up to five years.
Apple steps up to defend app developers from a patent suit, saying that the license it bought should cover developers also.
Dish Network Corp. and its former unit EchoStar Corp. have agreed to pay TiVo Inc. $500 million to settle a patent infringement lawsuit over use of its 'Time Warp' digital video recorder (DVR) technology.
Mike Tyson tattoo artist lands hangover punch on Warner Bros with copyright infringement lawsuit (video)
Tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill, who has created, inked and copyrighted former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson's iconic facial tattoo, has hauled Hollywood movie producer Warner Bros. to court for using the tattoo design without his consent in the upcoming comedy movie The Hangover: Part II.
Tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill, who has created, inked and copyrighted former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson's iconic facial tattoo, has hauled Hollywood film producer Warner Bros. to court for using the tattoo design without his consent in the upcoming comedy movie The Hangover: Part II.
The full text of the patent infringement complaint filed by Samsung against Apple.
The U.S. International Trade Commission is stepping into another legal battle over gadgets, this time between Nokia and Apple.
Korean electronics giant Samsung fired back at Apple's patent lawsuit, filing its own claim in South Korea, Germany and Japan.
A week after Apple filed a lawsuit against Samsung over patent infringements, the South Korean company reciprocated in kind by filing law suits against Apple in South Korea, Japan and Germany.
In a discussion the company's background and history in product innovations, Apple revealed that it sold 19 million iPads and 108 million iPhones.
The patent case between Microsoft and i4i argued yesterday before the Supreme Court could have ripple effects throughout the technology industry, as Microsoft is seeking to make it easier to prove patents aren't valid.
Samsung aims countersue Apple, which claimed the former company infringed on its iPhone patents.
Apple has raised a legal hatchet against its long-term supplier Samsung Electronics Co. charging it of replicating its iPad, iPhone and iPod designs in Galaxy series of Android devices.
Samsung's Galaxy S 4G, Nexus S, Epic 4G, and Galaxy Tab are all cited in the suit.
Sony Computer Entertainment America and the hacker who published code that unlocked the PlayStation 3's firmware have reached a settlement in their months-long legal battle.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit heard arguments today that could decide the future of the biotech industry, in a case over whether genes can be patented.
Nokia has filed a second complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that Apple infringes its patents in virtually all of its mobile phones, portable music players, tablets and computers.
The hacker being sued for altering the firmware that runs the PlayStation 3 has fired back at Sony Computer Entertainment America's attempt to get the case heard in California.