Oracle has filed a lawsuit against Google, charging that its Android phone software infringes on Oracle patents and copyrights related to Java.
HP is buying Palm because it wants the company's operating system to use in Web-connected printers, Chairman and CEO Mark Hurd said on Tuesday.
Twitter's COO described a two-pronged plan on Wednesday for how the company plans to make money.
Twitter's co-founders kicked off the first-ever developer conference with word that the service has 105 million users.
Dell has filed a lawsuit against five LCD makers for allegedly colluding to fix prices for their products, a Dell spokesman said Monday.
Jonathan Schwartz has started dishing dirt from his days at Sun in a blog called "What I couldn't say..."
Google is being investigated by antitrust regulators in Europe, the company confirmed on Tuesday.
PayPal said a ban on personal transactions to and from India will continue for "at least a few months."
3D TVs were on show everywhere at CES, but it's far from certain that the technology will take off in a big way in homes this year.
Yahoo has signed up new partners for Connected TV but also faces new competition from DivX, Vudu and other Internet TV platforms.
New pico projectors are making their entrance at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, from Microvision, 3M and others.
Adobe's Flash and Acrobat Reader products will become the preferred targets for criminal hackers in 2010, a security vendor predicted this week.
Microsoft is taking aim at Google Maps with a richer version of its own Bing mapping service that was released in beta on Wednesday.
Adobe Systems will lay off 680 staff in a move to cut costs, the company said Tuesday.
Adobe has unveiled an update to its AIR runtime environment, due in beta later this year, that gives it greater access to local desktop resources.