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An alleged culture of wild partying and ''excessive drunkenness'' have been revealed in a £10 (US$16.2 million) million High Court battle between a former Microsoft UK exec and the company.
Apple has been granted an injunction in a Dutch court which bans the sale of Samsung's Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Ace Android devices in the European Union
After Microsoft’s record 889-million euro fine in 2008 for antitrust issues, the software giant has appealed against the enormous sum of money, claiming it was unnecessary in an EU court on Tuesday. The ~US$1.3 billion...
Earlier this month we reported that 23,332 people were to be targeted for downloading The Expendables via BitTorrent, with a judge forcing ISPs to hand over information regarding the identities of the data thieves. Today,...
A US court of appeals has overturned a judgment in a patent dispute case of Alcatel-Lucent vs. Microsoft. The case, based around a patent for entering information into the calendar on Microsoft Outlook, originally...
Facebook has been ordered to hand over its source code, yet again, after an apparent patent infringement by Facebook on Leader Technologies' patent for "associating a piece of data with multiple categories". Facebook was ordered...
Over the last few weeks, if you've been following The Pirate Bay case, GGF (Global Gaming Factory) has been very adamant that the purchase of The Pirate Bay for 60 million Swedish crowns ($7.7 million)...
On Friday afternoon, Microsoft filed an emergency motion with the US District Court for Eastern Texas in a desperate try to block a ruling that could force it to stop selling its flagship word processing...