Kick the Can — Yahoo Mail Is a Consumer Disaster, but Company’s Response Is Even Worse

Memo to Yahoo Mail users: Protect your flanks.

Apple App Store Monopoly Suit Undermined by Pesky “Detail”

Might want to prove that you purchased the apps at issue in your own suit before filing it …

EU Regulators Eye Google Again — This Time It’s Android

More trouble for Google abroad.


The Facebook Lawsuit: A Look at the Documents

So, remember last year when that guy came out of nowhere and sued Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, claiming he owned 84 percent of the social-networking company? Well, he’s back. And he has emails.

Exclusive: AOL Fires Moviefone Editor Who Offered Fired Freelancers the Chance to Work for, Um, Free

Yesterday, AOL’s Huffington Post Media Group got into hot water after the top editor at its Moviefone unit sent a memo to freelancers it was in the midst of firing, offering them an opportunity to “contribute as part of our non-paid blogger system.” Today, sources said that exec–Moviefone Editor-in-Chief Patricia Chui–was fired by the company, which is in the midst of drastically rejiggering its stable of writers.

Irony Alert: Microsoft Files Formal Complaint Against Google With EC

Microsoft’s legal eagle Brad Smith didn’t even bother to pretend the software giant’s filing of a formal antitrust complaint against Google with the European Commission wasn’t a wee bit ironic. Wrote Smith in a blog post late last night: “There of course will be some who will point out the irony in today’s filing.” You think?

Nokia to Apple: From Hell's Heart I Stab at Thee

Nokia’s obsession with Apple has officially crossed over into the Ahabian. Aghast at the U.S. International Trade Commission’s ruling on its first complaint against Apple, Nokia has filed a second, accusing Apple of infringing its patents “in virtually all of its mobile phones, portable music players, tablets, and computers.”

Apple Vs. Nokia: The Battle of Britain II

Another blow landed in the Apple-Nokia patent punch-up. Apple on Tuesday sued Nokia in the High Court in London seeking to invalidate one of the patents at issue between the companies. This particular one covers touchscreen scrolling and is one of a number of patents Nokia has accused Apple of infringing.

Intel Will Pay Nvidia $1.5 Billion to "Maintain Patent Peace"

A cross-licensing agreement brings to an end what could have been an ugly and expensive trial.

Seventh Person Arrested in Insider Trading Probe

Another arrest of an expert consultant in the ever-widening FBI investigation into insider trading of tech companies.

BoomTown as Judge Judy, Um, Judge BigApps

Motorola Sues Apple Over…Everything

VirnetX Sues Microsoft a Second Time

Why HTC, Apple? And Why Now?