Justice Department Investigating Dell Sales to Syria

The U.S. Department of Justice has been investigating possible sales of Dell computers to the Syrian government, the company said in documents released Monday.


Infosys Says It Settled U.S. Visa Case for $34 Million

Indian outsourcing giant Infosys Ltd. said Wednesday it has reached a $34 million civil settlement with U.S. authorities that would “resolve all allegations” and end visa-fraud investigations against the company.


U.S. to Resolve Investigation of Infosys

The U.S. is expected to announce a resolution Wednesday to the visa fraud investigation against mega-outsourcer Infosys, according to a Justice Department official.


Publishers Object to E-Book Plan for Apple

Five major U.S. publishers objected to the Justice Department’s proposal to limit Apple’s influence in the electronic books market, saying it would effectively alter their existing settlements with the U.S. government.

FISA Request Data Could Soon Be Public, With Google Also in Talks With U.S. Government About More Disclosure

Secretive government process might become a little less secretive.

Here’s the DOJ’s E-Book-Pricing Case Against Apple (Slide Deck)

As the trial opens, the government lays out evidence that it says shows Apple conspired with publishers to fix prices.


Apple Starts E-Book Trial Monday at a Disadvantage

Apple heads to a U.S. federal court Monday to face civil accusations that it conspired with five publishers to drive up the price of electronic books in the weeks leading up to the 2010 introduction of the iPad.


Chicago Man Pleads Guilty in Hacking Case

A Chicago man who used the moniker Anarchaos has pleaded guilty to breaking into computer systems used by Texas-based intelligence firm Stratfor in 2011, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

Yahoo Falls For Tumblr, Google I/O, and Bill Gates on Steve Jobs — 10 Things You Need to See on AllThingsD This Week

The week in AllThingsD, in one convenient post. You’re welcome!


U.S. Probes Microsoft, Partners Over Bribery Claims

Federal regulators are investigating Microsoft Corp.’s relationship with business partners that allegedly bribed foreign government officials in return for software contracts, according to people familiar with the matter.