Oracle and Google have failed to settle their intellectual property dispute and appear headed to court on April 16.
It's clear that people are willing to pay for new tablets, but it's also clear that they aren't yet ready to take on the fee for cellular connectivity to their tablets.
Yahoo is accusing Facebook of copying a range of technologies that the flagging search company invented, in a lawsuit that alleges the social media giant infringes on 10 patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday issued a final determination that Apple doesn't infringe certain HTC patents.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which in a new survey found that the vast majority of mobile apps for kids don't clearly disclose data sharing practices, said its next step will be the potential enforcement of privacy regulations.
As patent infringement lawsuits continue to pile up in the mobile industry, Google, Apple and Microsoft appear to be trying individually to reassure regulators and standards bodies that they won't use their patents to build a monopoly, experts said.
Amazon said flooding in Thailand and economic problems in Europe weighed on its financial results for the fourth quarter but it also said it was pleased with the results, which disappointed investors.
Jon Rubinstein, known for his role developing the original iPod for Apple and for running Palm, has left Hewlett-Packard.
Motorola on Tuesday filed a new lawsuit in Florida charging Apple with infringing six patents in the iPhone 4S and four of those patents in iCloud.
Google is continuing to weed out its services and on Friday announced it will shut down Picnik, Google Message Continuity and Needlebase.
Struggling Eastman Kodak on Wednesday charged Samsung with infringing five of its patents in the Galaxy Tab.
Apple found itself on the losing end of an initial ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission in the company's battle with Motorola.
Are there too many mobile phones to choose from? Some phone makers plan to reduce the number of models they produce this year.
T-Mobile is offering a calling service for iPhone and iPad users, even though it doesn't sell those devices.
Little-known company Globaltel was awarded a patent last year that it claims Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Nokia, most phone makers, and every carrier in the world infringes.
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