Facebook hires U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal
Judge Grewal has served since 2010, overseeing cases involving Facebook, Apple and Samsung.
Court: Nintendo's 3DS patents are not guilty of infringement
The company's successful appeal fully reverses a lower court's 2013 decision.
US regulators: Google's self-driving car AI 'can be a driver'
My car, the driver.
Hawaii AG declares that daily fantasy is indeed gambling
And by "gambling", the attorney general means "illegal."
Sony is trying to trademark 'Let's Play' videos
Is PlayStation trying to claim ownership of a common community term?
Apple wants $179 million more from Samsung after patent fight
And Samsung just paid out $548 million, too.
YouTube foots the bill for video makers to fight copyright takedowns
YouTube wants its content creators to know it has their backs.
Banks can bring class-action suit against Target over data hack
As the old saying goes, "an ounce of prevention is worth $67 million in settlements and counting."
Google: EU is 'wrong as a matter of fact, law, and economics'
Google officially responds to charges as the European Commission begins antitrust investigation.