Intel has asked a Delaware court for permission to subpoena documents from ATI Technologies for its defense in an antitrust suit brought by AMD.
Thirteen record companies have sued P-to-P file-sharing system operator Lime Wire for copyright infringement, demanding damages that could total $476 million.
Software publishers and Socialist Party members are among the groups unhappy with the new French copyright law that took effect Friday.
Palm warned that its future product plans could be affected by delays in the development of a new version of the Palm OS software.
Microsoft has provided the EU with more details of its workgroup server products in an effort to avoid increased fines resulting from a 2004 antitrust ruling.
AMD has offered to buy Canadian graphics chip vendor ATI for around $5.4 billion in cash and stock.
The European Commission has fined Microsoft €280.5 million (US$357 million) for failing to comply with the 2004 antitrust judgement against it.
French lawmakers approved a new copyright law on Friday in a move that could affect the iTunes Music Store, open-source programmers and peer-to-peer file sharers.
A compromise draft of a new French copyright law affords Apple's iTunes Music Store a greater measure of protection, provided Apple can reach agreements with the music's copyright holders.
A cross-site scripting flaw in PayPal's Web site allows a new phishing attack to masquerade as a genuine PayPal log-in page with a valid security certificate.
The French Senate has approved a new copyright bill, but softened a requirement for digital music vendors such as Apple to open up their DRM technologies.
Apple may not have to divulge details of the DRM system used in its iPod if French senators vote amendments to a copyright bill starting Thursday.
A bill before the French Senate could have a chilling effect on the development and distribution of open-source software.
A domain name registrar has accused the .eu registry of ineptness, saying it allowed others to cheat by setting up bogus registrars to work on their behalf.
The music industry unleashed a new wave of copyright lawsuits on European Internet users on Tuesday, bringing the total sued since November to around 2,000, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).