Aereo is facing yet another lawsuit questioning the legality of its TV anywhere service, with the latest coming from big media companies and local broadcast affiliate stations in Utah (PDF).
Apple and the U.S. Department of Justice wrapped up their arguments in a lawsuit claiming Apple led publishers to help it fix prices on e-books. Check out the closing statement slides here.
Airbnb is getting involved in one renter’s appeals case, though it says it won’t step in for everyone.
TV anywhere startup Aereo is doing its best to stave off attacks that its business is operating illegally, and has now asked a federal court in New York to block broadcaster CBS from filing additional lawsuits.
Back in late February, top Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox struck a deal to let Seattle startup CoinLab handle its U.S. operations. But now what looked like it would be a beautiful friendship has turned into an ugly mess.
If you’ve ever had an issue with Apple refusing to honor your iPhone or iPod Touch warranty, you could soon have some settlement dollars coming your way.
Apple has swiftly responded to a lawsuit filed this morning by investor David Einhorn’s hedge fund Green Light Capital, in an attempt to quell further outcry from investors.
Guest Post You just invested in a promising startup, e-Widgets. The future looks bright. Suddenly, out of nowhere, e-Widgets gets a certified letter in the mail. The letter claims that the company’s flagship software is infringing on an existing patent. What do you do?
Paul Ceglia, a recently arrested New York businessman suing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for half his company, just lost his attorney after an investigation found Celgia falsified evidence.
Police arrested Paul Ceglia this week for forging documents in his years-long lawsuit against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Samsung claims that the jury foreman who helped deliver Apple its $1.5 billion victory in court did not disclose key details from his past and in turn, wants a new trial.
Despite months of fighting a subpoena from a New York criminal judge, Twitter released a backlog of tweet messages from an Occupy Wall Street protester.
The federal judge in the Oracle v. Google trial has ordered that Oracle cough up $1.13 million in court fees after Google prevailed in the case.
Emboldened as ever by its court win over Samsung last week, Apple today said that Samsung’s Galaxy S III flagship smartphone and Galaxy Note infringe on its patents in a separate court case.
Google and Apple’s chief executives are reportedly having chats about each others’ intellectual property. The reported calls follow a lawsuit between and Apple and Samsung that resulted in $1 billion in damages awarded to the iPhone maker.
Craigslist is creating its own version of PadMapper, the apartment-rental website that overlays apartment listing over a Google Maps. The feature was caught by TPM who says it is currently being tested in San Francisco and Portland areas.
Broadcast TV network Fox is asking U.S. courts to block certain functionality from satellite television service Dish Network’s Hopper DVR box, but will it’s request be granted?
While we’re still waiting on the jury’s response to the Apple v. Samsung case in San Jose, a South Korean court has issued its own verdict, which finds that both companies infringed on the other’s patents.
Zynga’s bad day on July 25 when the company reported horrible earnings turned into a bad week when investors found out that insiders cashed out just three months prior and sued the company for insider trading.
Comcast is helping the little guy avoid getting screwed. For once.