A long-running court case over consumers' right to get a refund on unwanted OS has finally been settled. Will it change the PC market in the country?
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This May, Europe's top court ruled that search engines must consider requests to exclude material that is "inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant" from search results.
In the contentious, long-running court case of Riley vs. California, the SCOTUS ruled cellphones and smartphones cannot be searched by police without a warrant during arrests.
The latest beta release of the Chrome browser for Linux, Mac and Windows introduces support for voice commands, as well as improved support for responsive design for web developers.
OEMs have responded to the PC sales crisis in a variety of ways. We've seen them try to embrace Android, we've seen them betting the farm on different form factors, and we've seen they try to outgun Apple's iPad. But none of it seems to be working. The ball is now in Microsoft's court.
Should cops be allowed to search your phone if you've been arrested? The courts can't make up their minds, and the Obama administration wants to find out.
Jason Perlow calls "one device" the natural evolution of Post-PC. Matt Baxter Reynolds says it's a solution in search of a problem.
Germany's federal court has forced Google to respond to instances where autocomplete produces defamatory suggested search terms.
U.S. court dismisses a 2011 lawsuit against the Chinese search giant alleging it worked with its government to censor the Web.
Chinese search giant is seeking US$16 million in damages from the antivirus software maker which launched its own search engine last year, alleging it stole Web site content and infringed on Internet service protocols.
Microsoft has yet more updated guidance for those in search of the elusive 128 GB models of its Surface Pro tablet/PC hybrids.
The post-PC debate moves to the marketing world as a new study highlights the boosts for search advertising and e-commerce thanks to tablets.
The Taipei High Administrative Court rules against the city government's attempts to impose a NT$1 million fine on the search giant for limiting the time for mobile app refunds to just 15 minutes.
The Victorian Supreme Court has awarded a man AU$200,000 in damages after he sued the search giant for defamation.
Samsung earned a minor victory in the Apple legal battle with a federal court reversing the Galaxy Nexus ban and unified search limitation.
A Beijing court has ordered the Chinese Web search giant to pay US$22,939 to three writers for not protecting their copyright, but rejected other demands.
Google will take the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to the High Court, in the hopes of overturning a previous ruling that said it had misled consumers through its advertised search results.
Google is seeking leave to appeal the full Federal Court ruling that the search giant had misled users through search results served from its AdWords advertising program.
The full bench of the Australian Federal Court has found that Google misled consumers through its advertised search results
Google lost an appeal which could affect advertising standards in Australia, after it was found to have "deceived" users of its search engine and advertising service.
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