Will Wright will be free to work on game ideas again.
International Trade Commission staff are recommending the agency file a lawsuit against Google because of its efforts to block U.S. imports of iPhones and Windows Phones.
One day after Apple's massive new product introduction event, the company has won a preliminary ruling against Samsung at the International Trade Commission.
Kixeye chief exec Will Harbin says, "Zynga is burning to the ground and bleeding top talent, and instead of trying to fix the problems -- better work environment and better products -- they are resorting to the only profit center that has ever really worked for them: their legal department."
Did Facebook use your face to help sell 55-gallon barrels of personal lubricant? If so, you too may be eligible for a whopping two pennies in compensation, ramping to $10 if you apply.
Four-star U.S. general Oliver P. Smith is credited with the statement: "We're not retreating, we're just advancing in a different direction." He must have worked for Google in a different universe.
They said they were going to do it. Now they've done it.
Samsung owns 99 percent of the world's OLED market. This is one reason why, the company claims, Korean rival LG has been hiring its engineers and stealing its intellectual property.
Editor's Pick Samsung's billion-dollar fine, which could go as high as $3 billion, is a great, excellent, and wonderful thing for the entire smartphone industry. And it's an awesome thing for you and me, smartphone users.
Yeah, really (although I agree, it probably sucks for Samsung).
Updated 6:16pm PT with new damages awarded to Apple.
After just 21 hours of deliberation, the jury has reached a verdict in the Apple-Samsung patent trial, a landmark case that is set to change the way we look at competition …
The latest from the big Apple vs. Samsung intellectual property legal fight is that the case isn't ready to be judge by a group of peers.
Oracle v. Google re: Java found a way to get interesting again. A couple of months after Oracle's billion-dollar fishing expedition went bust when Google's Android was found not to infringe on Java patents, the judge has asked both parties which bloggers they paid.
The Samsung-Apple legal battle just took yet another left turn into soap opera status. One day after Samsung took the dangerous step of taking the case to the media, Apple has asked the judge to issue a summary judgement in …
Soon after Zynga’s crash-and-burn quarter reduced its stock to the $3 level, five legal firms have announced investigations into allegations of insider trading.
As we reported before, Zynga executives and investors, including CEO Marc Pincus, sold over $500 …
We haven’t seen a love-hate relationship like this since the Honeymooners.
Apple and Samsung are fighting tooth and nail in the market, together winning half of the global marketshare and 90 percent of the profit for smartphones.
And they’re mauling …
Never has the question “Do you use an iPhone?” been so important.
In a Silicon Valley court today, Apple and Samsung are facing off in one of the most significant trials of the extensive iOS-Android legal battles. Apple is seeking …
Three months before releasing a quarterly earnings report that slaughtered an already-decimated stock, Zynga executives and investors unloaded some of their stock, raking in more than $500 million dollars. Now, multiple law firms are investigating whether the company or its …
Kodak moments are in short supply right now.
The former photography giant has almost struck out with its bid to prove that Apple infringes on image-preview technologies that the bankrupt century-old company says it invented.
Strike one: January 2011, the
Under the terms of the proposed settlement, EA will have to pay $27 million to consumers who bought its Madden NFL, NCAA Football, and AFL games.
Steve Jobs is still so popular, eight months after his death, that to mention him too frequently would bias jurors in a Samsung-Apple lawsuit.
At least, that’s what Samsung thinks.
According to Reuters, a Samsung attorney told a San Jose …