Apple releases a site promoting their non-monopolistic App Store
After Supreme Court's ruling earlier this month, Apple's standing as an untouchable money making machine, thanks to App Store, has become under threat. ......
Supreme Court sides with Samsung, throws out $399 million ruling
Samsung was handed a major win in its global patent fight with Apple over its Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
Aereo "pauses" service following Supreme Court decision
TV streaming startup Aereo has paused their service indefinitely, following the Supreme Court decision in which it was ruled that the company violated copyrights of the major TV broadcasters CBS, NBC, Disney and Fox.
R.I.P. to Aereo as big money dinosaurs win Supreme Court battle
Today was a sad day for tech innovation as the Supreme Court ruled against broadcast startup Aereo in one of the biggest rulings for the TV industry in a very long time.
Novell loses antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft over word processing software
The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with Microsoft in a case in which it was accused of antitrust practices nearly twenty years ago.
Court: Raid on Dotcom mansion was legal, removing hard drives was not
The New Zealand Court of Appeals has ruled that police raids on Kim Dotcom's mansion in 2012 were in fact legal, but the removal of evidence, including computers and hard drives, were an unauthorized breach.
U.S. Supreme Court snubs Newegg 'shopping cart' patent case
The U.S. Supreme Court will not re-examine the ruling of an appeals court in favor of Newegg that found its Internet shopping cart system did not violate patents held by Soverain.
Supreme Court will review software patent law
The Supreme Court has announced this week that it will review software patent law, most specifically what kinds of software are eligible for patent protection.
Supreme Court declines petition from doctorate student sued by RIAA
The case of Joel Tenenbaum continues. Tenenbaum, the former doctorate student who was convicted of illegally sharing 30 tracks via P2P has ......
Supreme Court decides not to hear ASCAP appeal for download royalties
ASCAP's lawsuit to collect royalties for music downloads ends with the Supreme Court turning down the case. ASCAP wanted downloads classified as performances
U.S. Supreme Court won't hear music antitrust case
The Supreme Court in the United States has dealt a blow to major record companies by refusing to review a decision by a lower court in an antitrust ......