Company allegedly forces ink refills for tasks that don't require printing
Don't go crazy with your $65
X claims the group is funded by Twitter competitors or foreign governments
The FTC is getting ready for the big one
Despite voting to grant, district judge says, "Apple's arguments cannot withstand the slightest scrutiny"
Is the warning idle or is Twitter about ready to make things difficult for The Zuck?
The VP doesn't understand why Activision can continue producing PlayStation games but Bethesda cannot
"He would wait on hold for 3 to 5 hours at a time"
The judge chided the lawyers for "abandoning their responsibilities"
They cite Musk's description of DMCA as a "plague on humanity"
Ordered to refund monitor purchases, with other possible penalties to follow
ChatGPT found guilty of fabricating cases and citations for a Manhattan lawyer's Federal Court filing
When asked, the AI confirmed that all of the cases were real
The company sent more than 7 billion messages to users on the National Do Not Call Registry
The verdict supports previous patent judgements that were made in Sonos' favor
Immersion says the Steam Deck, Valve Index, and Half-Life: Alyx infringe on its patents
For the second time, court says Apple is not exercising monopoly power
The two former partners are once again clashing horns in courts
What just happened? Did you use Facebook between May 24, 2007, and Dec 22, 2022? Most people will probably answer yes, which means they're owed some money from parent company Meta following a $725 million privacy lawsuit settlement. But don't start planning on buying a Ferrari just yet.
Shaq was the last celebrity named in the suit to be served
Tesla faces claims of exorbitant wait times and supracompetitive prices
Amazon says working remotely during the pandemic wasn't its idea
A hot potato: Lawyers litigating a movie piracy case have demanded the identities of nine Reddit users who "might" have discussed piracy on the platform. Reddit turned over some of the information on one (or two) of the users that seemed to be engaging in a "how-to" discussion on bootlegging movies; the plaintiffs want all of the users exposed. Reddit says, "No. We'll see you in court."
Employees (execs) held "sensitive" conversations on Hangouts since it purged threads after 24-hours
Apple is accused of patent infringement, again