A court ruling in the Epic Games vs. Apple case states that the latter must allow external payment methods. Meanwhile, Epic Games has been ordered to pay over $3 million for breach of contract.
BlueMail developer Blix has frequently alleged that Apple unfairly suppresses the competition and has stolen its patented IP. However, its antitrust lawsuit has been thrown out of court yet again.
Epic Games is again in the courts, this time suing Chinese augmented reality headset maker Nreal for infringing on its Unreal Engine trademark. Nreal is planning to enter the U.S. market this year.
Uber has agreed to consider its drivers as employees. They will not be considered full-time workers but will earn minimum wage when driving passengers, get sick pay and holiday time, and a pension.
Uber has lost its appeal at the UK's Supreme Court. It means that a group of 25 Uber drivers will now be considered employees of the firm meaning they're entitled to paid holidays and rest breaks.
The court has ordered that Apple CEO Tim Cook must face a seven-hour deposition in the legal battle against Epic Games. It has also denied Apple's subpoena requests for Samsung's internal documents.
A Cyberpunk 2077 investor has filed a lawsuit against CD Projekt to pay damages because he believes the firm got people to invest in the project based on false and misleading statements.
Microsoft has formed a coalition with Google and WhatsApp, among others, to file an amicus brief against NSO Group, claiming that immunity should not be granted to the Israeli technology firm.
Uber will find out in less than two weeks as to whether it will be able to continue operating in London. A judge will decide whether or not the firm should be granted an operating license on Sept. 28.
In a minor win for Epic Games, the court has put a temporary restraining order on Apple with regards to Unreal Engine. However, it claims that the Fortnite situation is of Epic's own making.
In the latest development to the ongoing legal spat between Epic Games and Apple, Microsoft has voiced support for the former, saying that the Cupertino firm's moves threaten Unreal Engine.
An Indian court has summoned Jack Ma, Alibaba's founder, and the firm, in a case in which a former employee alleges he was wrongfully fired after he objected to fake news on UC Web and UC Browser.
YouTube has won its case against PragerU in a U.S. court after the latter alleged that its first amendment rights were being infringed by YouTube's censorship of its right-wing videos.
Tesla has been given permission by a German court to continue felling trees in a 91 hectare plot of forest land that the firm owns. It had been told to stop work earlier this week by another court.
Tesla has been forced to stop work on its fourth gigafactory after a court ordered a temporary halt yesterday. The Green League has been protesting construction over wildlife and water concerns.
Huawei has filed a patent infringement lawsuit with a U.S. court. The lawsuit is against Verizon which has allegedly violated 12 U.S. patents belonging to Huawei. Huawei said it has compiled proof.
Elon Musk has been cleared by a court in Los Angeles over remarks he made. Vernon Unsworth was suing the billionaire after the latter called the former "pedo guy" publicly on Twitter.
A defamation case over Elon Musk's "pedo guy" comment is set to start today. Musk made the remark after his idea to save children stuck in a cave was rebuffed by one of the rescue team.
The chipmaker is looking to appeal and overturn an earlier decision by the courts that acknowledged Apple's violation of the company's patent, but refused to implement a ban on some iPhones in the US.
The mobile chipset maker claims that a Chinese court ruled against Apple in a patent infringement case, forcing the company to halt sales of its more recent iPhone models in the country.
In the ongoing legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple, the former has claimed that the Cupertino giant owes it $7 billion in royalties. Apple has rejected this claim, deeming it to be unfair.
According to a recent court filing, the long-standing battle between Samsung and Apple over patent infringement has finally ended, with all pending claims and counterclaims being dropped.
A U.S. court has ordered Samsung to pay $539 million in damages to Apple. This is just the latest development in a seven-year legal feud that the two firms have been engaged in with each other.
Lindsay Lohan has lost a court appeal against GTA V again. The celebrity claims that the game features characters in her likeness, an allegation that courts have been firmly dismissing since 2016.
Facebook has been told by a Belgian court that it must stop tracking non-users around the web and immediately destroy their data. Facebook faces daily fines if it refuses to comply.
A German court has found that Facebook was in violation of the country's privacy laws over the default settings for location sharing and its search facility, alongside ambiguity in its user agreement.
A new court ruling means that songwriters will now be entitled to 15% of music revenue via streaming services, this is up from 10%. The decision could hurt Spotify as it already loses money.
In an extremely ironic situation, it appears that Apple has lost a lawsuit against an Italian clothing brand named "Steve Jobs", which has also shown an interest in releasing electronic products.
A new letter has come to light in the legal battle between Uber and Waymo. As a result of the revelations it contains, the judge presiding over the case trial has delayed its start again.
Uber has filed an appeal with the courts against TfL's decision not to issue a new license to the company. The move was done so the company can operate while talks continue between Uber and TfL.
With some help from ACLU, a NASA engineer and 10 others are suing Customs and Border Protection over "illegal" searches of electronic devices. Sidd Bikkannavar had his phone searched without warrant.
The Recording Industry Association of America has settled with YouTube-mp3.org, after it sued the online service on behalf of labels last year. Its operators have agreed to shut down the website.
Blackberry has sued Nokia for intentionally infringing its patents, demanding tha the Finnish company pay damages. This isn't the first time the two companies have clashed in a patent row.
A petition has been filed in a high court in India, demanding that Pokémon GO should be banned in the country for "hurting religious sentiments", among various other reasons.
In a case that has lasted for over six years, Oracle is still trying to convince the courts that Google stole their Java code and that the company has damages in excess of $9 billion dollars.
A ruling by the US Supreme Court has indirectly bolstered Microsoft's arguments against the US government. The latter wants to be able to access data stored anywhere in the world.
No Man's Sky developer has stated that they have finally ended a legal battle with British telecommunications company, Sky, over the use of the word "Sky" in the name of the game.
Sanford Wallace, the self-proclaimed "Spam King" has been sentenced to 30 months in prison and fined $310,000 after he pleaded guilty to fraud, including sending 27 million spam messages on Facebook.
Font Brothers are taking Hasbro to court after it stole a font to use with the My Little Pony brand. The company is out to get $150k for each infringement made by Hasbro, and there are a lot.
During a court case with Oracle, it was revealed by a lawyer for Oracle that Google has made as much as $31 billion in revenue, with $22 billion of that being profit, from the Android OS.