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In a last stand against a 2013 antitrust ruling, Apple takes its case to the Supreme Court.
A court in California has approved a $415 million settlement between tech workers and Intel, Google, Apple, and Adobe Systems, who were accused of conspiring to prevent the poaching of each other's employees.
It may take some time for Apple to see any damages from its patent infringement dispute against Samsung Electronics.
Samsung Electronics plans a last-ditch appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to avoid paying hundreds of millions of dollars in fines for infringing Apple patents, but the chances of success don't appear high.
A California man who drives for Uber has sued the company in federal court, claiming he's owed unpaid wages under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
A proposed class-action suit settlement will put $2 million into a reimbursement fund.
Making digital copies of music for your personal use is now against the law, Britain's High Court ruled.
User alleges iMessage doesn't deliver all text messages after people switch from iPhones to rival devices.
Samsung is whittling away at a 4-year-old $1 billion damages award, and has asked the court to cut another $399 million.
The court is concerned that the jury was not properly instructed in iTunes patent case.
New suits claim the contract workers are in effect employees
The South Korean smartphone company has asked all judges of the appeals court to hear the case.
The Cupertino company doesn't mess around when it comes to legal tangles.
The suit follows a previous Jawbone complaint alleging Fitbit stole trade secrets.
The investigation is part of an overall probe into the music streaming business.
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