Legal tech startup Modus announced raising $10 million in funding to continue expansion of its successful eDiscovery service, which helps lawyers manage ballooning amounts of data while building a case.
New York's Mayor Bloomberg announced that New York's highest court unanimously upholds the state law authorizing "street hail livery service." This means that startups like Uber, Lyft, SideCar, Hailo, Relay Rides, and Instacab are allowed to operate.
In other words, Apple's saying, Samsung can't have its cake and eat it to. Or, what's good for Pauline is good for Petra.
It's difficult to connect with our members of congress, who have busy schedules traveling between their hometowns and Washington D.C., but YouTube is trying to make things a bit easier.
Wevorce combines family law expertise with software to make the divorce process cheaper, more friendly, and easier on everyone involved.
Editor's Pick 3D printing is moving fast, and existing copyright law is having a rough time keeping up.
Guest Post A lot of firms work with very established clients. Many don’t have the experience of setting up a business from scratch.
Patents. Nothing gets technologists going quite like the subject of patents and when — if ever — they should be implemented in software.
Now, a federal appeals court is taking a sweeping look at the topic of software patenting, especially …
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?
Rounded corners are not patentable in Holland.
Facing criticism for taking a hard line against accused academic journal downloader Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide Friday, MIT has issued a statement.
Editor's Pick Amazon is giving itself an unfair advantage, third-party merchants say, by deleting negative feedback pertaining to shipping problems -- but only when merchants use Amazon's own shipping service.
Editor's Pick Most U.S. tech policy is either non-existent or horribly outdated. And 2012 was the year we woke up to that fact.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has reportedly invalidated one of the key patents in the Apple v. Samsung dispute.
Autonomy founder Michael Lynch and HP, which acquired the company last year, are trading public statements over alleged financial improprieties at Autonomy that led HP to write off $8.8 billion recently.
Guest Post Here are a few tips on how to save on startup legal costs while still getting the job done right.
HP's former CEO cleanly avoids blame over missing Autonomy's accounting issues.
We weren't the only ones who found Apple's UK court-ordered note, in which it admitted that Samsung didn't copy the iPad's design, somewhat lackluster.
One day after Apple's massive new product introduction event, the company has won a preliminary ruling against Samsung at the International Trade Commission.
Always wanted to know exactly what Apple banks when it sells an iPhone? Pretty soon you won't have to guess.