U.S. federal court Judge Rogers has ruled that Fortnite's naked "banana man", affectionately known as "Peely", can appear naked in court, should he grace us with his presence in the future.
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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.
A settlement between Alphabet, which owns Google, and Berland has been approved by the National Labor Relations Board. Other wrongful termination cases against the firm are still ongoing.
Elon Musk has taken a dig at Jeff Bezos, saying that he retired from Amazon to pursue a full-time role filing lawsuits against SpaceX. This follows Amazon urging the FCC to deny Starlink plans.
As part of the agreement between Apple and developers, several rules that govern Apple's App Store are being changed. Now, developers can finally contact users about payment outside of their apps.
Chinese internet giants and the video gaming industry is facing criticism from state media over their celebrity culture. This has also prompted a lawsuit filed against Tencent by Beijing prosecutors.
Zoom has agreed to pay $86 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. The allegations included breach of customer data privacy and poor security standards that allowed zoombombing.
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.
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has filed a lawsuit against IAB Tech Lab that comprises some of the biggest names in the digital ad space for privacy concerns over the usage of user data.
WhatsApp has taken the Indian government to court over its new guidelines, citing that the rules will violate user privacy and will allow governments to mandate a new form of mass surveillance.
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.
Apple has been slapped with a £1.5 million class action lawsuit in London for allegedly making excessive charges upon consumers who purchased apps and subscriptions via the App Store since 2015.
Facebook and Gucci have filed a joint lawsuit against an international counterfeiter who was using the firm's platforms to promote and sell unofficial products with the latter's branding.
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.
Facebook has responded to antitrust lawsuits filed by the FTC and the U.S. state attorneys, slamming them for being "revisionist history". The company looks forward to presenting evidence in court.
Alphabet CFO said that the firm expects to obtain the "necessary regulatory approvals to hopefully complete the transaction by the end of this year. But the time frame may extend beyond that."
The United States Department of Justice has moved forward with a lawsuit against Google, citing monopolistic behaviors that violate antitrust laws to maintain its dominance in the search market.
Alphabet-owned tech giant Google, who had been grappling with a sexual misconduct lawsuit filed by its shareholders, has reached an agreement worth $310 million in settlements to close the chapter.
Apple has filed a countersuit, responding to Epic's lawsuit claims. It said that the company earned close to $600 million via the App Store and that it will claim compensatory and punitive damages.
Touting it as the last opportunity for players of all platforms to play together, Fortnite just announced the #FreeFortnite cup. Non-Apple devices and gaming hardware will be up for grabs.
Eligible users of the iPhone throttling issue lawsuit can apply for claims for the $25 pay-out promised by Apple, on the district court's website. The claims must be submitted before October 6.
A group of people has filed a class-action lawsuit against the search giant, claiming its collection of user data in "private" browsing sessions is illegal, and it could cost Google up to $5 billion.
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.
According to a statement issued by FedEx, the multinational courier company is suing the American Department of Commerce. The move comes just a few days after FedEx was unable to ship a Huawei phone.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that consumers are entitled to file an antitrust lawsuit against Apple, due to its policy of taking 30% of the revenue made from purchases on the App Store.
Facebook has filed a lawsuit against a company and three other individuals in New Zealand for offering fake engagement services such as fake likes and followers to Instagram users.
Sprint and AT&T have settled a lawsuit filed in February of this year over the latter's use of fake 5G branding on its mobile device offerings, a marketing stunt that was criticized by rivals.
Google and Huawei have agreed to a settlement in which they will pay up to $400 to owners of faulty Nexus 6P devices, which experienced bootloops and unexpected shutdowns after an Android update.
Tesla has filed a lawsuit against a former employee who used to work on the Autopilot team. Tesla says that Guangzhi Cao stole 300,000 files that pertained to Autopilot code before leaving the firm.
Huawei is finally retaliating against the U.S., having sued the federal government for imposing what it claims to be "unconstitutional sales restrictions" on its equipment and services.
BlackBerry has filed a patent lawsuit against Twitter for allegedly co-opting a number of its mobile messaging technologies into the micro-blogging site's app and advertising platform.
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 two networks seem to be in for a legal kerfuffle over AT&T's recent decision to start showing off what is its 4G LTE network as 5G Evolution (5GE) on both Android and iPhone handsets.
A few months back, Bethesda sued Warner Bros. claiming that the latter's Westworld game on mobile used assets from Fallout Shelter. Although the two reached a settlement, Westworld is shutting down.
Chooseco LLC has sued Netflix for allegedly infringing and damaging the "Choose Your Own Adventure" trademark in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. Chooseco is the publisher of the CYOA book series.
Nintendo has settled for $12 million in a lawsuit that it filed against a married couple who were operating ROM sites. The accused have also signed off the websites, games, and emulators to Nintendo.
The Winklevoss twins have filed a lawsuit against Bitinstant founder, Charlie Shrem, accusing him of failing to repay 5,000 bitcoins. In 2012, the brothers asked him to help get them into bitcoin.
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.
The rejected complaint alleged that Google tracked the devices of 4.4 million iPhone users in the UK and used that information to sell ads based on their personal data collected through cookies.
California has reinstated the net-neutrality regulations that were recently scrapped by the Ajit Pai-led FCC. In retaliation to this state-level legislation, the Trump administration is suing.