The class-action lawsuit in the US claims that Apple artificially degraded iPhone performance to boost upgrades.
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A new criminal indictment from the Department of Justice charges Anthony Levandowski with 33 counts of theft and attempted theft of trade secrets.
Salesforce is accused of turning a blind eye to the dark underbelly of Backpage's business and upselling the website with data products that helped spur its exponential growth.
Uber will pay Waymo $245 million in cash, equal to a .34 percent equity stake at the raid-hailing firm's recent $72 billion valuation.
IBM has once again beaten yearly patent records, racking up 7,534 patents in 2014 -- an average of 20 patents per day.
Apple was granted a patent in the US that experts think is the first step for an Apple mobile payment system.
Trash hauler says it spent more than $100 million on a computer system that turned out to be "undeveloped, untested, and defective."(From Reuters)
Court lets stand an order barring wireless chipmaker Qualcomm from selling chips that infringe on three of Broadcom's patents.(From Reuters)
Almost three years after game's release, guitar maker says it violates a 1999 Gibson patent; Activision moves to have it declared invalid.(From Reuters)
Knowledge@Wharton picked up the hot topic of podcasting this week. Experts at Wharton says it's the latest Web movement here to stay with advertising and subscription revenues eventually coming into play as business models emerge.