Owners of bricked G4 and V10 phones sue LG
Their phones got caught in boot loops, and LG's "help" underwhelmed.
Uber used 'Greyball' tool to evade authorities around the world
The app targeted and misled enforcement officers trying to shut it down.
Report: Fitbit tried to buy wearable arch-rival Jawbone
It offered too low of a price for its troubled sparring partner, though.
FBI allegedly paid Geek Squad for evidence
Defense attorneys claim the bureau cultivated multiple technicians into informants.
IMDb tells California it will continue to publish actors' ages
The law "plainly violates the First Amendment of the US Constitution and cannot be enforced," says the Amazon-owned company.
Australia fines Valve $2.2 million over its Steam refund policy
A federal court handed down the maximum penalty because it found Valve was uninterested in Australian law.
UK judge grants girl's dying wish to be cryogenically frozen
Her mother and father disagreed about what was to be done with her body.
DOJ sues DirecTV for conspiring against LA Dodgers (updated)
Government says it colluded with competitors to get a better deal from the team for broadcast rights.
Playboy's legal victory could change your freedom to link
Publishing hyperlinks to leaked content constitutes profit, somehow.