Toshiba announced a reduction in its production of NAND flash memory -- which go into smartphones, tablets and storage devices -- by about 30 percent as a result of oversupply conditions.
A U.S. appeals court denied Samsung a stay on a preliminary injunction on the sale of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. The stay had been issued by a U.S. District Court judge as part of an ongoing patent dispute between Samsung and Apple.
HTC has filed a counterclaim before a court in Florida stating that Apple has infringed on two of its patents.
Motorola Mobility said Tuesday that it has taken "proactive measures" to ensure that its smartphones remain available to consumers in the U.S., despite a ban that goes into effect Wednesday.
Wikipedia plans to ask users to provide suggestions to improve articles on its website, which could be incorporated into the articles by its editors.
A court in California denied Samsung on Tuesday a stay on a preliminary injunction against sales in the U.S. of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone running Android. The ruling follows a similar decision over the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.
A court in California has refused to stay its earlier preliminary injunction on sales of Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets in the U.S., pending an appeal by Samsung.
Eastman Kodak said on Monday that it has received approval from bankruptcy court to go ahead with the auction of its digital imaging patent portfolios, despite claims to some of those patents by Apple and another company.
There are serious violations of worker rights at Apple's other suppliers in China, even as Foxconn tries to improve working conditions, according to a labor group's latest report.
A federal court in California has blocked the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the U.S. in a patent dispute between Apple and Samsung.
Yahoo and Facebook are in negotiations to resolve a patents dispute, an attorney for Yahoo told a federal court on Tuesday.
Judge Richard A. Posner has scheduled an injunction hearing in a patent dispute between Apple and Motorola Mobility, after raising the possibility last week that the case may be dismissed.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, and AOL have joined an alliance that has been set up to counter "bad ads," including those that deliver malware, direct users to scams, or try to sell counterfeit goods, said StopBadware, the promoters of the alliance.
Skout, which offers a social networking app for iPhone and Android devices, has suspended temporarily access to its teen community, after three cases of alleged rape involving adults posing as teenagers on the network were reported.
Digital maps provider TomTom says it's signed a global agreement with Apple for maps and related information.