The US Supreme Court has sided with Google against Oracle in a long-running copyright dispute over some of the code used in Android.
BlackBerry has agreed to stop adjusting its revenue after receiving a comment letter from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) questioning the practice.
The consumer protection agency in Brazil, Procon-SP, has fined Apple nearly R$10.55 million (about £1.38 million) for removing the power adapter from the iPhone 12 series and newer production runs of older iPhones.
A federal jury in Texas has directed that Apple must pay about $308.5 million to Personalized Media Communications LLC (PMC) for infringing a patent associated with digital rights management.
Ofcom has confirmed how it will regulate the wholesale telecoms markets used to deliver broadband, mobile and business connections in the UK, for the next five years and beyond.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) investigating Apple’s conduct in relation to the distribution of apps on iOS and iPadOS devices in the UK, in particular, the terms and conditions governing app developers’ access to Apple’s App Store.
Amazon and Salvatore Ferragamo have jointly filed two lawsuits against four individuals and three entities for counterfeiting Ferragamo’s products.
A federal judge has tentatively declined a Robinhood app user’s bid to block the online brokerage firm from restricting purchases of certain stocks and from manipulating the price of shares.
Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's request to loosen the bail terms set during her release from jail in 2018 has been rejected, a Canadian judge ruled on Friday
A Manhattan federal judge has allowed a Houston-based day trader to represent BlackBerry shareholders in a class action lawsuit over the BlackBerry 10, saying the man's past brushes with the law do not automatically disqualify him.