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A lawsuit has been filed against Microsoft with the plaintiff claiming the company is using a particular font on Office and Windows without permission. Microsoft is denying the plaintiff's claims.
Google is in legal limbo yet again after a court allowed a class action lawsuit to proceed. They are accused of invading privacy by accessing unencrypted WI-FI during its Street View operations.
Google has vowed to fight the lawsuit which aims to stop the company from scanning Gmail accounts. The plaintiffs claim that the actions are at a threat to privacy as their emails are "analysed".
Microsoft announced today it "will move forward with litigation" against the U.S. government in its quest to reveal more information about the online security requests it receives from the government.
A judge has now approved a new settlement from Facebook in a long running lawsuit, where Facebook will pay 615,000 of its users $15 each for using their names in Sponsored Stories without permission.
Google has requested that a judge throw out a lawsuit Microsoft filed in July against the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency concerning a ban of some Motorola phones over Microsoft patents.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple by some of its former retail store workers, claiming they lost some of their pay standing in line every day while store manages checked their bags.
Apple has some of the bigger names in technology on their side as the company looks to reverse an Internation Trade Commision (ITC) ban on the importation of older iPhones.
Microsoft has filed a lawsuit against the US Customs and Border Protection agency, claiming it illegally allowed Motorola phones that had been banned for import by the ITC into the country.
Microsoft has filed a lawsuit against VertexPC, a company based in the Atlanta area, with Microsoft claiming it "offered and distributed unauthorized copies” of its software.
A Guatemala insurance firm has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, claiming the company tried to extort money from the firm as part of a raid of its offices in 2012. Microsoft has denied the charges.
Microsoft has settled a patent lawsuit filed in January by Vringo for $1 million and will enter an agreement to license patents from Vringo's subsidiary I/P Engine.
Microsoft is publicly supporting the End Anonymous Patents Act, a new bill making its way through the US Congress that, if made into a law, would disclose the real name of patent owners.
A company called MasterMine Software filed a lawsuit against Microsoft earlier this week, claiming the company is violating its patents that relate to automatically creating reports from databases.
Google subsidiary Motorola has lost an appeal on the injunction that was placed on the company by a court in Germany in 2012 over a patent owned by Microsoft concerning multi-part text messages.
If you are, or were an iPhone 4 owner and you submitted a claim to Apple for the $15 settlement instead of a bumper case for the "Antennagate" issue, then you should receive that check very soon.
You know how Apple used to sue everyone with an "i" in front of their name? It looks like Fitbug is doing the same with the word "fit" as they claim trademark infringement against rival Fitbit.
An ITC judge struck down a lawsuit by Motorola that looked to ban the Xbox 360 console from being imported into the United States due to patents on short-range wireless technology.
After a French court ruled Twitter had to turn over the identities of people engaged in anti-Semitic tweets, the company delayed and is now being sued for $50M for "playing the indifference card."
Audio firm THX have sued Apple over a speaker patent granted in 2008. It is alleged Apple have infringed this patent with the new slimline iMac, iPad and iPhone.
A disgruntled Retina MacBook Pro owner has launched a class action lawsuit against Apple for allegedly misleading users about LG panels that suffered from ghosting issues.
Google is approaching a settlement over Wi-Fi data tapping, being forced to cough up $7 million to some 30 U.S. states.
A new report claims that Microsoft has decided to take Oracle's side in the company's lawsuit against Google over Google's use of Java in the Android operating system.
Singer Ernest Evans, better known as Chubby Checker, has filed a $500 million lawsuit against HP over their alleged part in distributing a Palm app that used his name.
Following in David Einhorn's wake, another investor sues Apple in a bid to get them to release some of their $127 billion cash hoard and be more transparent about their executive pay.
Facebook has been sued over its famous "like" button by a patent-holding company that claims it hold two patents that were first created by a a now dead Dutch programmer.
Microsoft is being sued by a company called Surfcast for their use of "live tiles" in Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 . The date of the suit has been set for September 3rd later this year.
A class-action lawsuit against Instagram's new terms of service was filed in California on Friday, alleging the Facebook subsidiary breached its contract with users, among other claims.
A lawsuit that was filed by a Nokia shareholder earlier this year that claimed Nokia lied about its initial sales of its Lumia smartphones has now been dismissed by the shareholder.
A Mexican court has fined Yahoo $2.7 billion dollars over an apparent breach of a contract that seems to date back to 2003. The search giant obviously intends to challenge the decision made.
Nokia is currently in a dispute with RIM over patents relating to Wi-Fi connectivity and wants all BlackBerries to be banned in the UK, US and Canada, if BlackBerry is found guilty.
The patent trial between Microsoft and Motorola has concluded, and we now know that the Judge will have to decide on how much of a percentage Motorola can charge for Microsoft's use of its patents.
A long contested patent battle between Microsoft and Motorola Mobility, now owned by Google, is scheduled to begin its trial today in a Seattle federal court room.
Blizzard has been hit with a lawsuit, claiming that it fails to tell users of its Battle.net service that it should also use an authenticator to keep their account safe. Blizzard says it will fight it
Cypress Hill backing musician Michael 'Shagg' Washington has finally had his case against Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas voided, ending an argument that has been ongoing since 2010.
Samsung has now amended a previous lawsuit against Apple to include its new iPhone 5 smartphone, claiming that it violates the same eight Samsung patents as a number of other iOS devices.
A Chinese company behind an Android phone shamelessly copied from leaked iPhone 5 components claims that they own the design since they went to market first, and is threatening to sue Apple over it.
Bruce Willis' wife Emma Heming-Willis has now denied a UK tabloid story that claimed he was going to get into a legal fight with Apple over iTunes content rights.
A new UK tabloid report claims that actor Bruce Willis is preparing legal action against Apple over how the company doesn't allow iTunes users to share song tracks from its library with others.
The jury foreman in the Apple v. Samsung lawsuit has come forward to give his first television interview following the verdict, shedding light on how the jury came to its conclusion.
Mark Cuban, longtime technology entrepreneur, has taken shots at both the U.S. patent system and Apple on his Twitter account following the verdict in the Apple v. Samsung lawsuit.
A judge has questioned why Facebook is only paying $20 million in a proposed lawsuit settlement over its Sponsored Stories feature while not paying any money to the class action lawsuit's members.
The IFPI won a judgement of €550,000 against the owners of Pirate Bay, but have stated that they will not give this money to the artists and will instead help fund their anti-piracy programs.
Location networking service FourSquare has been hit with lawsuits for infringing on two obscure U.S. Patents relating how GPS is used to share information.
The patent suits keep coming for Apple in China. This time, Zhizhen Network Technology is suing Apple for infringing on its patent for an instant messaging chat bot system, and the culprit is Siri.
Late last night, Judge Posner dismissed the case of Apple v Motorola with prejudice. His judgement says a lot of the things people on the Internet have been saying since day one and is a fun read.
A class-action lawsuit has beaten Facebook into allowing users to opt out of Sponsored Stories, and could also cause significant financial ramifications for the site as well.
Motorola has issued a settlement proposal to Microsoft regarding the two companies' ongoing patent disputes. Microsoft's wondered if the proposal is even serious, however.
In the continuing argument between Google and Oracle over Java APIs, Google has been requested to pay $0 to Oracle. The judge is also leaving open the possibility of Oracle paying all lawyer fees.