Apple Inc, Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc are among more than 60 technology companies that appear to have backed away from the legal fight against U.S. President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban, deciding not to put their weight behind a lawsuit seeking to block the second version of his executive order. A legal brief…
New York State recently snuck a new window tint law onto the books that will make state inspections a little more cumbersome for businesses.
Update: AP reports that Wikileaks has decided to address the first problem by giving tech companies details of the tools. https://twitter.com/AP/status/839856439258726401
Drone owners in Oklahoma may soon be forced to keep their unmanned aerial vehicles on a short lease or risk losing them to rifle-wielding homeowners. A new bill, sponsored by Oklahoma state Senator Ralph Shortey, makes it easier for a homeowner to shoot down or otherwise immobilize a drone that is flying over their private…
South Korea arrests Samsung’s vice chairman Lee Jae-yong after new evidence solidified initial accusations in January.
One Nevada lawmaker isn't going to wait around to start regulating the human microchip market, and perhaps for good reason.
Apple, among others, look to kill ‘Right to Repair’ legislation. Are they right to tell consumers what to do with their electronics?
Retail chiefs from Best Buy, Target and others are heading to Washington to warn Congress against the proposed import tax.
Ultimately, the move by Verizon to get back to unlimited data plans is a result of increased competition in the mobile market.
VIZIO has agreed to pay $2.2 million in settlement charges by the FTC and the Office of the New Jersey Attorney General for installing software on 11 million consumer TVs that collected viewing data without consumers’ knowledge or consent.
On the same day that Uber CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down from Donald Trump’sStrategic and Policy Forum, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has justified his presence at its meetings. In a statement, Musk said that his attendance does not mean that he agrees with the current administration’s actions and that he understood objections to…
The software industry went on a shopping spree in 2016, and this year could be even busier, bolstered by the new president’s policies and what one analyst suggests could be a major deal by Google. The value of software deals in 2016 topped $115 billion for acquisitions closed or pending, according to data gathered by…
Leaders throughout the technology industry voiced their displeasure with President Donald Trump’s immigration ban over the weekend.
Apple is seeking $1 billion in damages related to Qualcomm's “anticompetitive tactics” used to maintain a monopoly over key semiconductors.
An investigation into corruption at the top of the South Korean government has expanded to included alleged bribery involving the heir of Samsung.
A recent criminal case highlights the FBI’s alleged use on informants inside of the Best Buy Geek squad division. Here’s what we know.
Amazon has implemented policies that could increase participation costs for some small businesses.
The US Supreme Court on Tuesday handed Samsung a victory in its long-running patent dispute with Apple. The nation's highest court said in a unanimous opinion that damages for design patent infringement can be based only on the part of the device that infringed the patents, not the entire product. The ruling reshapes the value…
A federal judge in Texas issued a nationwide injunction Tuesday evening against an Obama administration policy that would’ve expanded overtime-pay eligibility to some 4 million workers.