MakerBot didn't mislead customers about broken replicators
The 3D printing company was sued last year for knowingly misleading customers and investors as to the quality of its fifth-generation hardware.
Snapchat faces class-action suit for sexually explicit content
The lawsuit names several articles published on the app's Discover section.
Your iBooks price fixing credit is on its way
You'll get $6.93 per book thanks to Apple's alleged collusion with publishers.
Uber faces lawsuit over aggressive Austin voting ads
The ridesharing company allegedly went too far by text spamming customers.
Uber CEO faces class-action lawsuit over price fixing
A US judge ruled Uber's CEO must face claims he conspired with drivers on pricing.
Lyft drivers would make more as employees, estimates show
A settlement estimate suggests that a casual Lyft driver would have made $835 more over 4 years.
AT&T avoids class action lawsuit over unlimited data throttling
It won't have to face every customer whose service slowed down.
Sony finally hands out free game codes for its 2011 hack
It's been almost five years since PlayStation services went down for 23 days.
Uber wants to pay $28.5 million to settle lawsuits about your safety
As usual, affected customers will hardly get paid anything.