The foreman of the jury in the Apple-Samsung trial spoke out today about how his own patents informed his take on the trial.
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Steve Perlman, the brilliant but difficult founder of OnLive, has been ousted from the company he created.
A new version of the notebooks beloved by hipsters and reporters everywhere is designed to sync better with Evernote and includes stickers for "tagging" your pages.
Whichever way the verdict breaks, the Apple-Samsung patent trial, which ends this week, will have wide implications throughout the technology industry.
It's time to examine the idea of "intellectual property" a little more clearly, especially when patent law dominates business headlines and the outcome of the Apple-Samsung trial holds enormous implications for the tech industry.
QuestionPro, a web-survey and market-research company, has acquired PollBob, a small startup with a website and iPhone app for community polling.
On the eve of their patent trial's closing arguments, the chief executives of Apple and Samsung spoke with one another -- as the judge ordered them to -- but failed to come to an agreement.
NASA announced today that it is planning yet another mission to Mars, this one equipped with a drill for taking measurements of the planet's sub-surface conditions.
Social game giants plans to use this to keep employees around and on target, even as its stock price sinks downward.
Editor's Pick Apple is building a new store in the heart of Silicon Valley with an extremely high-bandwidth connection to one of the Internet's major hubs.
Talk to any independent auto-repair mechanic, and you'll learn that the single most important item that keeps a shop in business is brakes. But hybrids and electric cars use their friction brakes far less aggressively than regular cars.
Can't make up your own mind about the Apple v. Samsung patent trial? Use this entertainingly useful Verdict-o-matic from the Joy of Tech.
Editor's Pick NBC had a huge opportunity to cash in on the rising wave of Internet media with its Olympics coverage, and it blew it.
Long battery life, small size, and multitouch screens: That's what Microsoft is promising its PC partners will soon deliver using a version of Windows 8 known as Windows RT. Today, the company delivered some specifics.
Less than two weeks after Facebook's stock price hit a low of $20.84 comes the reminder that about two billion more shares will hit the market between now and May, 2013.
Airtime, the video-chat startup created by Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, has done almost nothing since its June launch -- and it only has about 100,000 users.
A horrifying hack of one journalist's data was only possible thanks to an appalling lack of security in iCloud -- and a correspondingly bad security process at Amazon.com.
Craigslist has never done things the way Silicon Valley wants it to. Naturally, that makes people here furious.
Poor Microsoft. After sitting on top of the world for more than a decade, it has seen its business chipped away on all sides: Web-based email, cloud-based software, tablets, phones, databases, and even developer tools.
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Apple had a disappointing quarter, even though it was surprisingly good compared to last year. Naturally, investors punished the company by stripping more than five percent from its stock price. Aren't you people ever satisfied?