The U.S. government has sided with monopoly rather than competition in bringing a case of ebook price-fixing against Apple, the company said in a filing on Wednesday.
Over the next few days, Google plans to bring Gmail's Labs translation service to all Gmail users. The service enables users to automatically translate email in other languages into their own language. The company is also retiring eight Gmail Labs features.
Online photo service Shutterfly has emerged as the only bidder for the customer accounts and images of Kodak Gallery online photo services business.
A federal court in California has ordered seven technology companies in the state including Apple, Intel, Adobe and Google to face a private antitrust suit from former employees.
Samsung Electronics alleged in a counterclaim to an Apple patent infringement lawsuit in a federal court in California that the maker of the iPhone and iPad has infringed eight of its patents.
AOL has entered into a definitive agreement to sell over 800 of its patents and their related patent applications to Microsoft, it said Monday.
Twitter has filed a lawsuit against "five of the most aggressive tool providers and spammers" in a federal court in San Francisco.
Google has acquired TxVia, a payments technology company, to complement its own payments capability.
A South African inventor has claimed in a U.S. federal court that Apple's iTunes and Sony's PlayStation Network infringe a patent relating to a "data vending system" issued to him in 2004.
Rovio Entertainment, the developer of the popular Angry Birds games, has acquired Futuremark Games Studio.
Twitter has acquired blogging company Posterous, and said its engineers, product managers and others will join Twitter teams working on several key initiatives.
Western Digital completed Thursday the acquisition of the hard drive business of Hitachi, and set up two subsidiaries with separate brands and products...
Eastman Kodak has asked a bankruptcy court to decide on its patent dispute with Apple, thus opposing a motion by Apple for permission to resume the patent litigation.
Hewlett-Packard has reportedly cut 275 jobs in its webOS group, as part of its strategy to turn the operating system over to the open-source community.